I am Frank Larkin and was introduced to photography in 1974, by my parents, via a Kodak 110 camera. Since then I have traveled the world, several times, with the military and on my own and seen many 'distasteful' sights and yet I always return to my photography to embrace the beauty of the world in which we live.
Recently, I returned home to the Pacific Northwest and rekindled my passion for 'capturing the moment' with an older Nikon 35mm, film camera and a keen eye for untouched beauty. Using a film verses digital camera I have been called a 'purest' and an 'antique'. I prefer 'purest' for the simple fact that with film there is a moment, a thought, an action, and a result that can never be captured again. The anticipation of developing that second in time is one of the greatest adreniline rushes that I know.
These pictures are raw moments in time captured for eternity. Please enjoy and comments or opinions are always welcome.
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