Nostalgia never goes out of style.
My Dad made thousands of photographs between 1979 and 1982 on Kodachrome film.
As I slowly scan and organize them, I realize that the simple, understated qualities of his photos are why I love them.
From the late 70s through the early 80s, my grandparents were building a house in Morro Bay on the central coast of California. So my parents spent a lot of time there with me and my brothers. My Dad took this particular photo of me in Clear Lake, California. I was playing at a friend’s house where we spent some time vacationing.
I remember catching tadpoles and frogs. I remember playing freely in the pond and creek that were on their property.
It is in these quiet, everyday photos that I see a common thread of family bonds and playful freedom. I think that’s something the whole human family appreciates and that’s why I’m in love with photography. ~shared by @kimsabbatino as part of her beautiful personal project @thedadproject
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