Will Suiter is a young landscape and lifestyle photographer from the San Francisco Bay Area, who lives to explore and share his journeys on his popular Instagram account @WillSuiter. Will has made his mark in the digital and analog photography by showcasing his unique eye for composition and fog.
At the start of summer, Will crossed the golden gate north from San Francisco into Marin County, and headed towards Point Reyes, a cape about 30 miles northwest of San Francisco. It’s beautiful grassland is bordered by thick forests, sandy beaches, and jagged cliffs. Take a look at the beautiful images Will captured while spending a few days exploring all the cape had to offer…
Essentials. Lots of film and camera supplies, to be tucked into my Herschel Supply bag.
Looking south from the cliffs at Montara, along Highway 1.
My favorite park in San Francisco (and the highest point in the city), Mount Davidson.
A fallen eucalyptus tree overlooks a foggy city.
The fog got thicker, and we headed north towards our campsite, making sure we wouldn’t have to set up camp in the dark.
We camped along the Lagunitas Creek in the heart of the redwoods. 35mm film.
6:15 am, starting a fire and getting ready for the day.
My friend Tasos whittling, right before we left and headed to Point Reyes.
An old shipwreck near Iverness, CA.
This road was the only one that goes to the lighthouse.
A first glimpse of the ocean. 35mm film.
Point Reyes is full of cattle, and probably the only place you’ll see cows sleeping on sand dunes. 35mm film.
There are plenty of steep, high cliffs. 35mm film.
Inside the old lighthouse keeper’s quarters.
Looking to the ocean, as the low clouds started to clear.
Overlooking a seemingly endless South Beach, the wind at this spot was howling.
We crossed the Golden Gate Bridge south into San Francisco, and headed home.