This photo of the Lion Monument in Lucerne, Switzerland is from a while back, but I was going through old photos and really like this one.
Took this photo of Sara on my first roll of 120mm film for my Pentax 67
Dropping off some film tomorrow, but in the meantime here is a phone pic from this week along the Sunset Prairie Trial.
The guy was kind of a dbag, but his storming off with his boat made for a good photo.
Working on my scanning technique, and revisiting old photos.
Another gist written for stack overflow. This breaks up a vector defined lengths and accounts for the remainder size. Great for splitting up a vector for saving into different files. It is a loop, but any performance issues should be minimal and increases readability/extendability.
Wrote this while providing a solution on Stack Overflow. Figured it might actually come in handy so I saved it. Not the most elegant, and not vectorized, but it might be useful to others as well.
As I was walking back to my bike parked at The Nicollet Diner I heard someone playing harmonica. Having not much film left on the roll I was shooting I decided to only take one photo, this photo of the man in the window playing his harmonica.
As my brother and I drove back to Rollins from Kalispell, this place looked too good not to stop. The view was incredible, and watching the sunset made me see why my brother loves this place.
I misplaced my power cable form my film scanner, but have a universal power cable coming in the mail tomorrow that should work (and hopefully not fry my scanner). That means more film posts coming soon!