Once upon a time in Austin, Texas, there was a place south of the river. A place with a mystique of its own, known as 78704. Today, with growth and development, not much remains of this era from the land near Zilker Park and Barton Springs – known for landmarks such as Artz Ribhouse and Amelia’s Retrovogue. These images are inspired from a place where life was savored and seemed just a little bit sweeter.
images from 120 black and white film captured with a plastic holga camera
pigment print on Hahnemühle Baryta paper
click here for the review by Robert Faires, The Austin Chronicle
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