Barry and Cronkhite   Hiking up slopes of the Marin Headlands with 15 lbs of camera gear, I recall the days I was drafted into the military.  On beautiful rugged trails and remote locations, my comrades and I spend a mind-numbing amount of time training, route marching to nowhere in particular, waiting for a conflict that would never come.   "Waiting to rush, and rushing to wait", we'd say.  These images, made on a 4x5 film camera, and processed by hand, are an homage to those moments in my past life.

Barry and Cronkhite

Hiking up slopes of the Marin Headlands with 15 lbs of camera gear, I recall the days I was drafted into the military.

On beautiful rugged trails and remote locations, my comrades and I spend a mind-numbing amount of time training, route marching to nowhere in particular, waiting for a conflict that would never come.

"Waiting to rush, and rushing to wait", we'd say.

These images, made on a 4x5 film camera, and processed by hand, are an homage to those moments in my past life.

20180411 Marin Headlands Door.jpg
20180501 Marin Headlands Corridor.jpg
20180501 Marin Headlands 3 Doors Down.jpg
20180501 Marin Headlands Foreboding.jpg
20180508 Marin Headlands - Remote Outpost.jpg
2018-05-29 Marin Headlands Fallen 2-2.jpg
2018-05-29 Marin Headlands Observation Post 1.jpg
  Barry and Cronkhite   Hiking up slopes of the Marin Headlands with 15 lbs of camera gear, I recall the days I was drafted into the military.  On beautiful rugged trails and remote locations, my comrades and I spend a mind-numbing amount of time training, route marching to nowhere in particular, waiting for a conflict that would never come.   "Waiting to rush, and rushing to wait", we'd say.  These images, made on a 4x5 film camera, and processed by hand, are an homage to those moments in my past life.
20180411 Marin Headlands Door.jpg
20180501 Marin Headlands Corridor.jpg
20180501 Marin Headlands 3 Doors Down.jpg
20180501 Marin Headlands Foreboding.jpg
20180508 Marin Headlands - Remote Outpost.jpg
2018-05-29 Marin Headlands Fallen 2-2.jpg
2018-05-29 Marin Headlands Observation Post 1.jpg

Barry and Cronkhite

Hiking up slopes of the Marin Headlands with 15 lbs of camera gear, I recall the days I was drafted into the military.

On beautiful rugged trails and remote locations, my comrades and I spend a mind-numbing amount of time training, route marching to nowhere in particular, waiting for a conflict that would never come.

"Waiting to rush, and rushing to wait", we'd say.

These images, made on a 4x5 film camera, and processed by hand, are an homage to those moments in my past life.

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