Geysir, Iceland. (Camera: Pentax Espio 120SW; Film: Fujicolor 200)
Thinking about the August 21 total eclipse. In this photo the Sun is (partially) eclipsed by an eruption of the Strokkur geyser. While a real solar eclipse is a rare thing, a Strokkur eclipse happens roughly once every seven minutes.
Click here to read my review of the Pentax Espio 120SW.
Mt. Kobau, B.C. (Camera: Kodak Brownie Starmeter; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)
You can read my review of the Kodak Starmeter here.
On the B.C. Ferries. (Camera: Kodak Retina IIIc; Film: Fujicolor 200)
Click here to see my review of the Kodak Retina IIIc.
Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, B.C.
(Camera: Olympus XA; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)
Although it will always be the “new” library to me, I have to say I think it’s a smashing building and something the city should be very proud of.
Click here to read my review of the Olympus XA.
Parking lot, Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Olympus XA; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)
Ever develop a roll of film and find an image that leaves you scratching your head and wondering what the heck you were thinking? This is one of those for me. Continue reading
Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Pentax ME Super; Film: Fuji Acros 100)
I guess no one likes to play basketball in the fog.
If you want to know more about the Pentax ME (close cousin of the ME Super used for this photo), you can do no better than by checking out Jim Grey’s book Exceptional Ordinary: Everyday Photography with the Pentax ME.