It's all in the details

There are many ways to tell a story. Sometimes, focusing on a moment or a detail can tell much more than seeing the whole scene. Sometimes, a photo of hands intertwined, or a veil floating in the wind, a bouquet, or a pair of shoes abandoned on the floor can tell the whole story... or we can just let our imagination do the rest.

Let's see what type of story these images taken by our Tribe members can evoke to you...

Allan Kaiser  By Allan Kaiser - edited with Fernweh

Amber Dehaas - Film Emulsion ColorImage by Amber Dehaas - edited with Film Emulsion Color

Carlos Cortes - edited with Redwood C03Image by Carlos Cortes -  edited with Redwood C3

Jacob Loafman - edited with Fernweh C13 expiredImage by Jacob Loafman - edited with Fernweh C13 expired

Saul Magana - edited with Fernweh C1Image by Saul Magana - edited with Fernweh C1

Oscar Castro - edited with Film Shift ActionsImage by Oscar Castro - edited by Film Shift Actions

Facundo Santana - edited with Film Emulsion FE00 C160

Image by Facundo Santana - edited with Film Emulsion FE00 C160

Caio Faria

Image by Caio Faria - edited with Redwood BW 03

Israel Arredondo

Image by Israel Arredondo - edited with Fernweh presets

Don Bringas - edited with Redwood

Image by Don Bringas -  edited with Redwood presets

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