From the marrow of my bones
The most exciting thing about film photography is getting the negatives processed.
The second most exciting thing about film photography is going through the negatives and finding photographs that resonate from the marrow of my bones out through my skin.
It does not happen often.
This photograph – Fitzroy (I) – taken with a Canon AE1 in 2018 reminds me of the Fitzroy I knew and loved as a kid.
The energy, construction, deconstruction and grime. The bustle and solitude. The insanity and comfort.
All of it.
No matter where I live it will always be home.
© Zo Damage
(35mm series — Limited Edition)