June in Sea-Town…
Found: Old 120 negative. Delta 400, I think… stuff from Mexico, and Steilacoom.
Father + Son at the market – Mexico City
Fast forward two months…
Drug shop – Steilacoom
Inside of the Drug shop
I got a pretty sweet deal on a second hand F3. Since I sold my F100 and the D100, it’s the only thing I can mount my lenses on. I like the F3. It’s compact, light, and handles like a tank. Don’t know if I should keep it, or sell it
TMAX on the F3:
Center-weighed metering FTW!!!
Another one for the night series
Pretty cool tree in Lake Sammamish
Un peu d’air sur terre…
This is us… a dreamlike photo at 1.2
N was really excited to see Jenny Lewis playing…
Then I decided to use a PanF on the m6 – these are random May leftovers
Lotsa fun — everyone had a straw hat in the car
*someone got a new dress* — and I documented the fitting proceedure
Monica beholding the Columbia River view… and changing the roll. Now that I think about it, I had no meter for this one. I used Monica’s reading and compensated for ISO50
Flickr “57R337” guys
Fast forward to Memorial Weekend, and a drive to Portland.
N and I happened to bump into a street fair on the waterfront
Portland Rose Festival
Kids playing in a fountain – love the tones….
People yelling after being catapulted…
These kids will never see Ghost. Sniff sniff… the will never value the process of clay handling…
Ferris wheel… I am so in love with them…
The PanF ended, so I replaced it with a Delta 100…
This thing looked awfully close every time it came near
Streets closed for the festival
Man looking out
Fast forward to after we came back to Seattle…
Better safe than sorry
Sort of felt like a movie set…
Doors being gentle to other doors
Push to walk
Some randon woman came, took her shoes off, and wore some random pair who was there… weird… this is the pair she was wearing originally
In line for the Jenny Lewis show
As we came in, I put a delta 400 on the m6:
Cellphone light #1
Cellphone light #2
I think this crane has been there for months…
The Nokton 35mm f1.4, ladies and gents… I love it…
More Nokton love…
After the game, Martha parked her car in the International District… you can find super random stuff there… music coming out of this small place was just awesome.
Did I mention that Mariners lost? I guess I needed not make it clear.
…And time fot more Delta 100 on the F3
The sinking ship parking lot
Alley. Random Alley.
People on the ferry
Birds — love this frame
Walking on the rocky beach
…remember the 40yr old virgin??? hahaha.
Most. Awesome. Bakery. Ever.
Inside the most awesome bakery ever
Delta 3200 on the F3
Street club – lines
Cookie Monster asking for change
Hot Dog Stand
Girl walking away from the work ahead
All the people in the same table… a world of their own…
So… how much was it?
Favorite street sign in a long while
Outside R place
Man + doig entering the Redwood Bar
If I ever get back in the lab, I’m printing this – favorite frame in a looong while
And just because I’ve fallen in love with Ektar… I put some more on the F3.
Anyone looking to buy a sweet 35mm AF-D?
More urban love
Flowers – a souvenir….
La petanque aquatique!!!
So… trying new nail styles? Broadway!!
Small dude opening his wings…
Self at 1.2… meh!!
So that’s it.
I am feeling much more into a colour mode now, so I will shoot more Ektar/Portra.
I have a pending photoshoot with a friend. I never do photoshoots, so I am a bit scared… more excited than scared, though…
I’ve been thinking many things lately… will probably elaborate on them one day… once I have enough time.
…for the time being, I think I’ve never been so well in my life. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for all the good things that come in small packages – or a sheet of paper – or a simple tick box.
Hope life catches you well!!