The East River, on Film

March 25, 2014

I just got four roles of film developed ranging from over three years ago to last fall. Procrastinator? Maybe. I’m not going to deny it. But there’s something kind of magical about being transported back in time to a specific moment I had forgotten about. And with film, much more than digital, I remember those feelings very acutely, how it felt taking that picture, what was going on around me, what I was thinking at the time. Like these six photos I took last June on a walk along the East River to the financial district to meet my sister for a picnic. I remember I made a giant sandwich on a loaf of ciabatta stuffed with fresh tomatoes and basil, red onion, tuna, capers, anchovies and olives. We ate that with potato salad (green onions, fresh dill, dijon, olive oil, white wine vinegar, green beans & walnuts) and cold beer on her friend’s rooftop in Brooklyn.

More memories to come as I sift through these pictures.



2 Responses to “The East River, on Film”

  1. laura Says:

    HERMANITA!!! i love these! i need one framed on my wall! and love the same memories of sandwiches on the roof xoxoxo

  2. Pat Says:

    What beautiful pix, Carolyn!!!! U r truly an artist, like your sister.

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