Hi! I want to test out a new piece of software so I’m giving one lucky person a random roll of film. It could be an ancient roll of Kodak or a new hip Lomography roll. Helping is robust so please share this with your hot friends and nominally attractive acquaintances. Hopefully, this will be the start of regular film giveaways to reward the #BelieveInFilm community for years of robust triumph.
I spent most of today walking around downtown Albany, NY melting in the head and documenting the awesome #CapitalWalls project. The #CapitalWalls project enlivens public spaces with giant murals by local artists. The murals are the first thing I see when I arrive in Albany, and they make me happy. My favorite mural is “Love Goes On” by Nick Walker.
For more information about the elegant Capital Walls project check out the Albany Center Gallery page.
I will have more photographs of the murals when I finally get my roll of Lomography Potsdam 100 developed in a century or two.
On this edition of GordonGoes, I find myself on top of a lookout tower in a state park in Newport, Rhode Island.
I don’t know the history of this state park but I do know it contains a beautiful destroyed horse barn that makes for great ruin porn and has incredible ocean breezes.
On the day that I visited it was around 90 degrees outside but a mysterious fog was blowing in from the harbor which made the heat tolerable and the ruins even spookier than usual. If you are in Rhode Island, I highly recommend visiting Newport and Brenton State Park.