I took three shots on film of the Santa Monica Pier when I was taking the photo workshop with Sam Abell.
There are a lot of things to like about the film shot compared to the similar digital views (see one below). (more…)
This is the iconic Canadian painter Emily Carr’s grave in Ross Bay cemetery.
It is a magnet for offerings – all manner of faux spiritual goodies, offered to what I don’t know.
Sadly, the offerings just turn to rubbish and desecrate her grave.
This photos was made with Earle‘s Lomo LC-A+ RL during a camera swap we did on a rainy day in February.
Inspecting the understory of a Garry Oak copse in a Victoria Park.
I only took 2 shots on film inside the Union Station in LA when I was taking the photo workshop with Sam Abell.
I should have taken more as I like this photo better than the ones I took of the same location with digital.
After shooting at the Santa Monica pier during the photography workshop several of us had a late breakfast nearby.
Our instructor Sam Abell was there, it was his birthday, and someone got him a cake.
This was a few weeks ago when spring was pushing its way out of the cold winter.
Look at those nice green shoots of the spring bulbs in the flower bed. (more…)
The day before the photo workshop started there was a torrential rain storm in Los Angeles.
My DSLR got so wet, in about 5 minutes, that it stopped working.
Thus, I shot most of the storm with an (more…)
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