Even though WordPress is never going to be the same without RRAlexander. I must now turn my focus on everyone who’s still out there reading this blog. One of us has to keep the photos flowing, the co-operative going, and the Kentmere 100 rolling (soon, in the future…). Without further delay, I shall share with you this weekend’s adventure, merely a late afternoon stroll down the Pier. Haven’t shot like this in a long while though. This is roll #1 of 2. #2 still got 8 frames left. Shot with the newest member of my camera family, the Kodak Retina IIIC, with Tri X and developed in XTOL 1+2 Rotary.
Life goes on, on a Sunday afternoon.
Kodak Retina 3C Opened
Travis came up to visit from Texas.
And guess who he dragged here with him.
He must be scaling the fish I take it?
Another view of this interesting idea.
Looks like he got something.
It was getting hard to take photos of him with the 50mm lens with all the spectators around.
It’s a steelhead.
And a pretty good size steelhead, I want it!
One day I should go on this boat.
Look at that smile on her face.
Group photo time. Kodakchrome would have been perfect for these kind of shots.
A view from the Pier.
Some people walk on the Pier, some people walk in the water.
Then some people pose on the pier.
And some of them, jumps off the pier.
That looked like it was going to hurt.
It looks like fun, but in reality jumping off the pier is strongly not recommanded.
Let’s do it again.
Mmmm the Retina works nice with these kind of light.
Set Hyperfocal, turnaround, execute.
Casting the net is an art form.
Looked like he got something. No it went away afterall.
Relaxing at the very end of the pier.
I like the reflection on his glasses.
Posing perfectly literally right infront of me. Got it.
Life at the end of the pier.
Once again perfect pose, on the side of the other couple, makes a nice Frame #37.