roll 52: I made it

Wow, I wasn’t sure when I started this journey if I would be able to complete it, but I did. I will admit that I ran out of things to say from time to time, but I am glad I did this project for 2014. This will be my last post. In 2015 I plan to give my regular blog a bit more attention, http://www.gretchenhayhurst.wordpress.com, and I also need to get back to my Flickr account. I will pop in here every week to see what all the new people are posting. This is such a great idea and I have to thank the administrators for putting it all together.

So I end with a roll from my pinhole camera, a Zero Image 2000 and a roll of Kodak Ektar 100. I am going to continue my love affair with pinhole photography using all the cameras I own: a pinhole Holga,  two Zero Image pinhole cameras, a Harman Titan 4×5, a Innova 4×5, an Innova 6×9, and an anamorphic. I am part of a group of three women, including Donna Stewart and Monica Smith, and we meet up once a month with various pinhole cameras. We are going to continue with this journey during 2015. It has been a lot of fun and has helped us all over slumps of non-creativeness.(is that a word?)

Anyway, so this is it, a roll of pinhole and long exposures.

a cupcake for Shannon's birthday

a cupcake for Shannon’s birthday and my OM1

Pioneer Courthouse Sq in Portland

Pioneer Courthouse Sq in Portland

a not very good photo of the Portland Christmas tree

a not very good photo of the Portland Christmas tree, the old courthouse, and memorial bricks

a fountain in Pioneer Place

a fountain in Pioneer Place

my dining/library room at Christmas

my dining/library room at Christmas

not a pinhole, but a great way to end the year and look toward the new season of soccer in Portland

not a pinhole, but a great way to end the year and look toward the new season of soccer in Portland. taken with my OM1

I want to thank everyone who contributed to this project and managed to make it through all 52 rolls/weeks. I’ve enjoyed everyone’s work. Happy New Year 2015 and please keep buying film.

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