These are shots from the Mercer Museum in Bucks County (PA) on a beautiful Thanksgiving Day.
One of the vagaries of shooting film, which won’t really be replicated by digital, is finally getting around to developing a roll which was taken a while ago.
Another old roll, this time from Cambridge this past June.
I think this roll was from the first midnight welcome I did in April.
It was dark – I needed all of the ISO 3200 available in this film!
…last week. Pretty campus, I wished I had gotten out of work early enough to go to the museums.
Currently there is a Chihuly exhibit at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts highlighting his very interesting glass sculptures.
Is it spring yet?
Just like my friends at County Corvette, at this shop it is a labor of love.
I had my film camera with me yesterday as well. This is with Kodak T-Max 3200 shot at EI3200, which shows you how dark it was!
“You can’t do this with digital.” — Me, the last time I accidentally double-exposed a roll of film.
Things of beauty from County Corvette.
Scenes from Baldwin’s Book Barn and Longwood Gardens.
I decided to take another walk around Longwood Gardens to see how the orchids are doing. As usual, I spent time with the calla lilies and the silver room, too.