Above: An outtake from my piece on Orcas Island in 3191 Quarterly Issue No. 5.
Like MAV did last week, I thought I would share some of the photos that did not make it into the latest issue of 3191Q. Both of us shot most of the images with film, and there was quite a bit of serendipity involved—the serendipity of which shots turned out and those that did not, the serendipity of how our work relates to each other’s, as well as the serendipity of how it all fit together into the issue. While Issue No. 5 is much more photo-heavy than any of last year’s issues, there were still many favorites that did not quite find a place. I am happy to share them with you here.
Making pickles with my friend Melissa. Wish I could go back and tell myself to make twice as many jars our family is making quick work of our pickle supply. (This one is actually in the issue, but in cropped form).
Perhaps my favorite part of this issue is the 0 Miles Apart section which chronicles our time together in Maine. This is from an autumn evening picnic in Maine.
Studio lunch expertly prepared by MAV (what I wouldn’t give to sit down at her table today).
And a stunning, blustery walk together on the beach.
You can still subscribe to 3191 Quarterly, but only for a limited time. Issue No. 5 is already shipping to subscribers! We will officially launch the issue on November 18th.