I got my first two rolls of 120 film developed and I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out. For a camera from 1977, it still takes really clear shots. I’m definitely looking forward to using this camera a whole lot more.
My girlfriend and I went here for her birthday back in March. We stayed right off the beach, and were lucky enough to have a front-row seat for this. It was really windy and cold, but it was definitely worth being a little chilly to be able to get to see this sunset.
This is from my first time at Mount Hood. The low clouds covering the path up to Timberline Lodge made for a great view. I’m pretty sure that’s Mount Jefferson … but whatever its name, it is a really pretty mountain.
It has been a year since I updated this blog. Oops. Well. Here’s a new picture from Laurelhurst Park on Christmas Day.
This is the view from my friend’s balcony, which is up on, like, the 17th or 18th floor of a downtown high rise. The view is awesome, and I am completely jealous of it. I bet the sunrise looks great from that high up.
I took this while walking home around 2am, it was one of the last frames on my first roll of black and white film. I didn’t think it would be exposed properly, but I was anxious to get the roll done and developed. Kind of wasteful thinking, I know. But, as it turns out, the spur-of-the-moment shot was one of my favorites. Go figure.
So I think I’m going to start posting some film here. This is a building near where I live. It has a balcony or a patio up on top that I really want to hang out on, even though the view faces south and there isn’t really much to look at. I just want to see my neighborhood from a different perspective.