On the coast of California — color film.

Because our road happened to pass through the famous haunts of one of my favorite writers, I found it fitting to quote him.

“What is the feeling when you’re driving away from people, and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? -it’s the too huge world vaulting us, and it’s good-bye. But we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies.”     -Jack Kerouac

Also, much to my surprise I got freshly pressed again, so thanks WordPress person whose job it is to select freshly pressed posts, and a big hearty thanks to everyone taking the time to read and look.

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Photos taken with my (Dad’s) Leica Mini-zoom and expired ISO 400 color film.

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15 thoughts on “On the coast of California — color film.

  1. Very nice photos of the ocean.

  2. awesome photos! I so want to go to California!

    xo Lisa

  3. These photos have a vintage post card feel for me. Maybe because I was looking through some yesterday. Nice.

  4. Love the shot’s, man! And the Kerouac quote you used is spot on fitting indeed (also I might add one of my all time favourite’s). Congrats on being ‘freshly pressed’ also! Comments have been flooding my email box, LOL.

    • J. William Young says:

      Haha, woops! Thanks man. I can always count on Kerouac for having written something fitting for pretty much any situation I find myself in these days.

  5. Cool Pics – thanks for sharing!

  6. Fiona.q says:

    the feeling you created in the 3rd photo (2nd line), is a bit interesting.

    • J. William Young says:

      What do you mean by interesting?

      • Fiona.q says:

        you caught me. mmm, its hard to describe, so i used this word. i just feel theres sth in it, not just the texture, the right top light, the position of things and man.. idk.

  7. Jean Angelus Pichardo says:

    Great photos!

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