This November I spent a week hanging out with family and friends in Rochester and Buffalo, New York. Photography-wise, I purposely left my DSLR at home so I would be forced to use the Polaroid Spectra and 600 I had packed.
This post includes shots from Holy Sepulchre Cemetery (Rochester), Mount Hope Cemetery (Rochester), Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home (Hilton), University of Rochester, Eastman Kodak (Rochester), Forest Lawn Cemetery (Buffalo), and the abandoned aqueduct and subway tunnels of Rochester. I’m really happy with how they turned out. Enjoy!
Double Exposure Inside the Christ Our Light Mausoleum at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Double Exposure of My Grandparents’ Marker at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Mom at Grandma and Grandpa’s Grave in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Images from Mount Hope Cemetery:
Doug Showing Dad the Horse Drawn Hearse at Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home
Outside an Old U of R Tunnel, Expired Film, Photo by Deena Viviani
Tunnel Window Figure, U of R Campus, Expired Film
Inside the U of R Tunnel, Expired Film
Tunnel Cat, U of R, Expired Film
Double Exposure, George Eastman’s Monument, Kodak Park
Images from Forest Lawn Cemetery:
Abandoned Subway Tour
Double Exposure Abandoned Subway and Arch
Precarious Walkway at the Aqueduct