Here are some negative scans of the Terrastock part of our summer vacation. This was all done on consumer brand C41 black and white film and scanned at a CVS in Louisville, Kentucky where the festival took place. They were all taken on my trusty Nikon FA with a 50mm/1.4 or my 24mm/3.8 lens. As you can see I didn't grayscale them before saving. My humble apologies for the lack of continuity.
I have never in my life driven so much. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
The festival made the cover of both alt weeklies in town. This was taken at a nice little cafe called Karma Cafe.
We've known Phil for years. Terrastock is his brainchild. He is absolutely the nicest and smartest guy. Three cheers for Phil.
Ptolemaic Terrascope writer (and The Broken Face creator and Houston, Texas fan) Mats Gustafson.
This year's organizers: Erica Ruck and Rob Codey.
Tara Jane O'Neil
Makoto Kawabata snapping a pic.
Antietam are natives of Louisville.
Damon and Naomi chatting with Yo La Tengo's side project Sleeping Pill.
Mostly Wooden Shipjs.
Rachel and friend.
Major Stars acting the part.
Mono from Japan. This was their only US tour date this year.
And I leave you with Linus Pauling Quartet:
Ramon did a write-up of the festival here for The Free Press. Charlie's diary was published with a few of the above photos on The Houston Press's blog here.