Earlier, I posted pictures from my manual camera of a road trip to Philly that I took with my family. On that trip, I used a roll of professional B&W film at Penn’s Landing, but I couldn’t find anyone that would develop it afterwards. So…7 months later, I finally found somebody that would develop it, and I just saw the pictures yesterday for the first time. I’m putting them up now, since I’m actually fairly close to the time when the trip occurred chronologically with the blog at the moment. I really like how alot of them turned out, especially how they look in full-size, click on em to check em out in more detail.
Seeing these pictures reminds me of how insanely cold it was that day, by the riverside. My cousin was takin a second to zip up his jacket to keep the cool out.
They have this huge boat that was converted into a restaurant. My mom wanted me to take her picture in front of it, but for some reason wouldnt smile, or look at the camera…yay.
I rest my case.
I love the textures in this picture.
I think the only reason she actually looked at it this time is b/c i was like 4 inches from her face. This is one of the rare occasions on which my fisheye lens gave me something useful.
Ayyaz showin off that swag from the original DC.
Something hilarious was going on, everyone was having a nice laugh while trying to stay warm.
The kids were throwing around a football and it came to my mom. I think she had just kicked it, and was surprised at how far it went…
The football stars chill up on the deck and throw passes out to everyone else.
I had no problem getting people to huddle together for pictures in this temperature.