Not Pink

    Contrary to appearances, this building is not pink. It is orange. I had to think long and hard to remember what colour it really was after I saw these images as I knew it was not pink. These were taken with a roll of Kodak Gold 400 – a thrift store find of a bag of…

Fourteen Concert Photos

  This past week I attended a benefit concert put on to support mental health initiatives. Several bands were playing, a couple of which I already knew and really wanted to hear live. My son plays in one of those bands, so I was able to make arrangements to take photographs. I have been meaning to…

Color Explosion in the Cemetery

I bought a few rolls of Fuji CDU II from the Film Photography Project Store and finally got around to using one of them. We walked to Oak Hill Cemetery on a bright, sunny day and searched for interesting statuary and gravestones. I have to admit that I was somewhat disappointed with Oak Hill. Sadly I…

Roll 14 – more point and shoot fun

It’s been awhile since I have posted here. I have gotten a bit busy and haven’t had time to blog. I have had time to shoot, however. Roll 14 I had fun with a point and shoot camera, again. One of the things I love about my town is that it is quiet at night.…

Roll 14_ Kodak Brownie Bull’s Eye

  The Steakburger in Vancouver, Washington, first opened in the early 60’s about the time Kodak quit making the Bulls Eye Camera. I decided it was time to pair these two  before the wrecking ball takes away the iconic family restaurant. Sadly, Fred Meyers has purchased the property and plans to build……..a gas station. Oh…