(Photo credit: Lori Bell, “Yucca On Hillside”)
(Photo credit: Lori Bell, “Yucca”)

Landscape photographers are most readily threaded together by an affinity for their environments. What separates these artists from their counterparts out for an enjoyable stroll in the sunshine is a desire to capture this connection on film. Photographer Lori Bell experiments with multiple photographic mediums in this pursuit but is most attached to those of the toy plastic variety.

She writes:

I live on the beautiful central coast of California where I photograph fields, vineyards, and life around me. I shoot with everything from homemade pinhole cameras to a digital rangefinder but the cameras I am most drawn to are vintage plastic toy cameras that I use with expired 120 film.

More of Lori’s work can be seen at www.loribell.com