Landscape photographers spend their careers chasing perfect sunlight. Twin Cities photographer Ed Wargin is in another kind of race, one against time. Wargin is hurrying to finish a 10-year photographic project while he can still buy film. "For me it's a lot of pressure, because the clock is ticking," he said during a recent shoot along Lake Superior. But that's not the biggest reason Wargin is racing to finish the Fresh Coast Project on film. While digital images are easily manipulated, to Wargin, film represents truth. "This is what it is, like a painting," he says. "It's done, it's finished. There's really nothing more I can do to it." In Ed Wargin's world, the pace of progress has become a force of nature. "I'm just walking film out, that's all I'm doing," he said.