It's been rather hot here in the Pacific Northwest. It's something we aren't used to in these parts and it often makes me hibernate a little bit in my basement darkroom where it is nice and cool. It's nice being a photographer and having somewhere to escape when the weather isn't ideal.
While archiving some negatives I came across this older gem from my California days. This used be me one of my favorite spots to make photographs. Nestled down on the little beaches that dot the outer rim of San Francisco, hidden among the rocks, with the glorious architecture of the Golden Gate Bridge floating in the frame.
Photographed with a Mamiya C330 TLR and Fomapan 100 speed film.