I took the morning this year on Memorial Day to pay my respects at the Baltimore National Cemetery.
Apologies to my friends in New York and New Jersey, but Sandy was not much here in West Chester.
More goodness from the Falls Trail in Ricketts Glen State Park in northeastern PA.
The Falls Trail hike made for a much different feel over the summer compared to this week, with more colors in the leaves and more water over the falls. The Kodak E100VS slide film matched the day perfectly.
Similar to my last walk around Longwood Gardens with my medium format camera, this time with negative color film instead of positive. These are all 16 shots from the roll.
Baldwin’s Book Barn is owned by at least three cats. Or at least *they* think so.
Bits and pieces from in and around West Chester…
Do you remember slide shows, in an actual projector? Fuji Provia 400X is a “chrome”, or a color positive image, instead of a negative like most film.
A late-night walk around West Chester during the last storm.
Taking the Acela this week through New Haven, where I had a 45 minute layover. Shots with my trusty Pentax 645n and both the 120/4 Macro and 45/2.8, on Fuji 800Z.
Dirty, smelly, ugly San Francisco.
Some simple shots of the Golden Gate Bridge, on Fuji 800Z and Kodak Tri-X.
After dark, shooting around the Grand Central Station area.
New York City in Fuji 800Z with a Pentax 645N.