Roll 30 & 31: A Solitary Ramble Around the Market and Waterfront

Once again, I found myself all alone at a Seattle Camera Obscura Photography Enthusiasts Society (SCOPES) pinhole meetup.  This time, starting at the world famous Pike Place Market.  Procrastinating when planning a meetup always pays back solitude. I do find myself more productive if not creative when wandering a locale by myself.  Although I find other’s compositional endeavors inspiring, working alone does free you to squander time and film on a given subject.  Oysters and beer seemed like a suitable photographic experiment, for instance.

Film: Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100

Camera: terraPin 6X6 3D printed pinhole F/167

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Piers 62 and 63, Seattle waterfront, looking at the Seattle Great Wheel and Harbor Island loading cranes  in the distance

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Gnip Gnop on the Piers

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The Pike Place market has some sculptural light fixtures walking about the walls.

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Strange Basketball

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Rachel, the Market’s Bronze Mascot Swine and piggy bank donation station.

Film: Fujifilm Velvia 50 RVP50 Slide film

Camera: terraPin 6X6 3D printed pinhole F/167

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Hefeweizen and Blue Gingham Oilcloth

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A shrine to the Market’s hardest-working residents.

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Rachel’s sister on Western Ave

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On the way home, a quick stop at the Ballard “UP House”  {click link for more info}

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A lonely exposure made a couple days after WPPD15, at the Salish Lodge, Coffee and Cherry Pie provided an excuse to come in out of the rain. With The Old Penfold, Jana_Obscura, and howthingslook.

These rolls were processed and scanned by Moon Photo in Seattle; all images are as scanned without alteration.  More photos from this and my other 52Rolls can be found HERE.

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