Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah has some serious scrambling up and down crevices, around and over (and under!) massive boulders. In other words, it was really cool.
We teamed up with another couple to do a fairly interesting 8-mile loop hike near Hamburg, PA – the Pinnacle and Pulpit Rock.
Late last year I picked up some Kodak Gold 800 film cheap from Walgreens, and I finally got around to shooting some.
Ben went shopping…
More from West Chester, on Fuji 800Z.
Last week I went to Bristol, Tennessee (and Virginia). Bristol is split right down the middle of State Street, with half in TN and the other half in VA.
West Chester, the county seat of Chester County, has some great neo-classical architecture to go along with its quirky small town charm.
“You can’t do this with digital.” — Me, the last time I accidentally double-exposed a roll of film.
The rest of the roll from New London (and my upstairs bedroom) with an unintentional theme.
The Mystic Aquarium is small, but decent. They had Beluga whales, sea lions, and penguins outside, and then a small but nice exhibit inside.
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.
Two rolls of cheap Fuji 800 speed film, developed in expired (*really* expired!) chemicals. I’m doubtful that the film images will last that long. Shots are from Philadelphia and New York, in December 2010 and January 2011.