“Remember, God didn't say, 'I'm gonna make light now,' he said, 'Let there be light.' His first act was to allow light in to what had been Nothing. Like God, you also have to always work with the light, make it do only what you want it to do.”
― Thomas Pynchon, Against the Day
And "work with the light" we did on this particular Sunday morning. My model Diane and I got up at 5.30 am to catch the right light only to realize that the sun had risen a bit too much by the time we reached the park. Nevertheless, we managed to catch some beautiful scenes. Shooting with the Mamiya 645 Pro TL medium-format camera surrounded by trees felt like pointing a gun at innocent deer in a forest. The shots were taken on Ilford FP4, Ilford Delta 400 and Kodak Portra 160. Let there be light.