Last spring, while returning from Utah, I took a detour into Omaha, NE to shoot some graff. The only camera I had with me was my trusty Canon A-1 with some Kodak gold 200 film. I found a few things worthy of shooting, including a grain silo encrusted in roller pieces, and a reefer car with some sick unortho styles on it. When I got back east, the roll of film disappeared into a dark part of my car, only to become partially unwound and resurface in October. Thinking it to be a new roll of film, I loaded it back into the A-1 and shot half a roll of singles then finished off the roll with some double exposures. When I got the film back, I was blown away to have located the missing roll of film, as well as have created some downright wild exposures. Although I don't have a clear favorite from the lot, I can't help but love the framing of the last shot.
None of these images have undergone any post-production, enjoy!