Season 2, Week 1 – APAP

I wasn’t at all sure if I’d do another year of 52 Rolls (and I’m not 100% even now), but I seem to have come to an arrangement with myself to carry on, albeit with a reduced set (self-imposed) ‘rules’.

Roll 11-14/52 Japan part 6

Rush! Stop! Rush! Stop! This has been almost the last month to date and it almost feels like the eye of the storm is the calm before the inevitable, in saying that, next week is moving house time. Until then is a small period of pause, and where the time is found to continue to…

Week 32 continued: Ratha Yatra, the Festival of Chariots

Recently, Leicester (Less-tah) has become known for its overachieving football team. At odds of several thousand to one, the club won the English Premier League last season, causing consternation across the footballing world. It’s also led to the city becoming known to many people who had never heard of it previously, despite being the 10th…

Week 8: Newcastle

Two rolls for the price of one in this post (numbers 14 and 15 of the year already) but shot over the course of a couple of days and on a single trip, so I though I’d combine them.

Roll 20: The EXA Goes to the River

I’m still in love with the EXA.    So, it went to the Truckee River in Reno, Nevada, recently to celebrate kayaks at the Reno River Festival.   I forgot that I was shooting black and white so I’m not as excited with the results but they are interesting.   It’s funny that I totally…

Roll 19: The EXA Rides a Train

The EXA and a roll of Kodak T-Max 100 B&W went to the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City recently.    And, we all rode a very special train.    Please allow me to introduce you to the McKeen Motor Car.   She’s a beauty. All photos are straight out of camera, no post-processing adjustments.…

Weeks 7, 8 and 9 – some pinholes and not

I seem to have gotten into a three weekly schedule. We have also had a very mild winter this year, and no end of precipitation. Where I live, first lots of snow, and for the last month rain and more rain. But at our cabin in the mountains, now that is another story. Bucket loads…