I always like making photographs in the final hour of the day. I mean, what photographer doesn't love that moment when the timing is so perfect you can just click away with perfect light and enjoy all the wonderful colors cast every direction? In this case I managed to catch the sunset with the always amazing Floofie. I've worked with Floofie several times throughout my photographic career and she is by far one of the most professional people I know.
This photograph was made with some cheap 35mm Kodak Gold 200 film. I've long been very fond of consumer grade Kodak Gold film. The colors are really bold and saturated, most likely because the film was made for people who are not likely to edit their photos after the fact. This film stock used to be the staple film one could find in grocery stores or at the local bodega. I miss those days sometimes.
I only had enough time to get through two rolls of film with my Minolta SRT-101 before the sun was too far down below the horizon to continue with the shoot. Luckily that proved to be plenty of time to get some great photographs.