Japanese Breakfast & Luna Li at the Athenaum / September 14, 2021
It’s been a hot second since I posted a #filmfriday. This photo, shot with a clunky Kodak Duaflex IV camera on 120mm, popped up in my memories. Here’s Kurt and Maggie in our old back yard in Merion Village. Maggie never had any interest in posing for the camera, she just wanted to find bugs/grass/poop to eat. But whatever she did helped her live about 120 years.
Ohio’s own Cloud Nothings (Cleveland!) and Manas (Asheville, NC) played Ace of Cups Tuesday night.
400iso expired fujifilm. Minolta XG1.
Shot a some rolls of film to test a couple new (to me) 35mm cameras. The conclusion?
My cats are the cutest.
It’s cold. We’re all cold. The indoor plants are cold. The birds are cold.
Welcome to my Hocking Hills mini vacation photo dump.
Photo notes: We hiked Ash Cave, Cedar Falls, and my favorite, Cantwell Cliffs. The abandoned church (which we visit every year) is the 1848 Wesley Chapel. The graveyard behind dates to the early 1800s and still has active burials. Kurt found the creepy doll in a hike in the forrest behind our cabin and she became our mascot for the trip. These photos were all taken with the Fujifilm XT3.
I don’t need to mention that 2020 was an odd year. Here are 12 photos, in chronological order, that represented each month, including some I haven’t posted online before. Not an abundance of humans for obvious reasons. Wear a mask, stay home when you can. Be safe out there.