I recently visited Dublin to speak at a small barber expo where I spent a bit of time walking around shooting the attendees. These are each from two separate rolls of Kodak Tri X. The first image is one of the models who had his hair cut on stage. He's an actual model, so when he saw the camera he instantly transformed into a chiseled statue. Canon 135mm F2L used for that one. The second image was taken using a Tamron 35mm f1.8, it is of two brothers who flew in from Norway for the event. They used to be in gangs, but when their oldest brother died of a preventable health issue that he had never spoken up about, they quit being gangsters and started a barbershop which works closely with a non-profit that encourages men to be more active about both their physical and mental health (52% of men say they're more comfortable opening up to their barber than their doctor).
Oh yeah, I stopped in Iceland for a few days on my way to Dublin. This is Skogafoss through the 135mm f2L... When we walked up to the waterfall I forgot my film camera (Canon EOS rebel G) in the car, but when we were driving away I decided to pull over and get a shot of the waterfall. I'm not the most talented or creative photographer, especially when it comes to landscapes, but I hoped that crouching through these bushes might give me a unique perspective of a waterfall that has probably been photographed several million times.