I was in Berkley, California for a hot minute last month (read: 24 hours), just enough time to finish a couple rolls of film with my 6x9 Fuji rangefinder. I spent a chunk of the afternoon north of the city, in Albany, where there is a former construction materials dump turned homeless encampment turned installation space for artists, graffiti and sculptural. Called “The Bulb,” it’s located next to a commercial race track, on the bay itself.
Camera: Fuji GSW690III. Film: Kodak T-Max 400, lab developed.