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Sunday afternoon at Cafe Kurokawa

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Black and White / Canon Elan 7E / Color / fall / Film / food + coffee / friends / Ilford FP4 Plus 125 / japan / Kodak Portra 400 / portraits / travel / triple d minilab

Nagoya, early November – Shots from a Sunday afternoon spent with friends at fetching Cafe Kurokawa (喫茶クロカワ). Between the four of us, we consumed two single-origin drip coffees, two chai lattes (one with rum!), one ginger ale, two creme brulees, and one wee slice of cheesecake – all of which evaporated rather quickly. I picked up a few postcards at the cafe, which has since led me to a few cool things: * On Reading is a bookshop that publishes artist zines […]

Thai Heng Lee, Part 1

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bangkok / Canon T70 / food + coffee / Kodak Portra 400 / triple d minilab

Hello from Bangkok. I’ve got the sun shining on my feet, free-range pork bones simmering on the stove, and Thai karaoke blaring through the window – free listening for all of Saphan Khwai! Here’s a snippet: As for the photos, they’re of Thai Heng Lee (ไท้เฮงหลี), an eatery in the old city that’s run by the family of my friend Yok. I took them a year ago, shortly after Yok moved back to Bangkok from the States. More about Thai Heng Lee another […]