I think this roll was from the first midnight welcome I did in April.
Wayne Lutz is the founder of (among other groups) the Warriors’ Watch, which is making sure our debt of gratitude to our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines is being served.
Just like my friends at County Corvette, at this shop it is a labor of love.
“You can’t do this with digital.” — Me, the last time I accidentally double-exposed a roll of film.
I took Ben to meet my dad in Lancaster for a classical guitar recital. I think I expected something a little more challenging, but hey – this is Lancaster after all.
I got some great new chemicals yesterday, that allow me to develop normal black & white film as positives instead of negatives. It was a good bit of work since the chemicals came in powder form, but it was worth it. It is a really neat look.
Shots from walking a couple loops around town while the weather’s been nice, including a shot of my hairdresser Jay, whose son Aiden is a continuing miracle.
Things of beauty from County Corvette.
Black and whites from a late afternoon walk through a cemetery in Mystic, Connecticut.
Part of my travels this week from Philly to New London (Conn.), with brief stops in New York Penn Station and New Haven.
Yesterday was a great day to go to Longwood Gardens – they’ve opened the expansion to the Conservatory, it is orchid time, and it was a miserable rainy day. This set is from my walk though the Conservatory with Kodak TMY-400 (black and white) and my Pentax 645n.
County Corvette is like a toy store for men.