Sometime last June my husband and I watched the latest episode of the show Ghost Adventures (please don’t judge me – it’s one of my favorite guilty pleasures). It just so happened that the crew was visiting a site an hour south of us, The Enchanted Forest. So we decided to go visit the next day. And I brought cameras. Of course I brought my pinhole camera. But today I wanted to share the photos I took with my Olympus OM1 and Ferrania P30.
I love this film for the subject matter. The place is every bit as creepy as Ghost Adventures made it look on television, and I wanted to capture that on film.
Somehow blogging has fallen off of my radar and I haven’t posted in a few weeks. It’s kind of crazy how time can get away from you. I have missed my blog, so this is an attempt to get back into the habit.
I’ve been shooting quite a lot this Summer, and I have results to post! Here are a pair of photos from the Portland Japanese Garden in June on a pinhole meetup with some SCOPES friends.
I love going on vacation and seeing everything with beginner’s mind. Everything around me is fresh and new. I felt this way especially about the place we stayed in Norwich. This was the first time we stayed in an apartment on our travels, we usually go with a hotel. I’m totally sold on this and will forever book Air BnBs from now on. It was awesome to pretend like this beautiful little flat was my home for a week.
I decided to document our stay there with pinhole photos.
An Inbetween Time. Terrapin Ace + Ektar 100
Rest and relaxation. Reality So Subtle + Ektar 100
Where we cooked. Terrapin Ace + Ektar 100.
The top of the stairs. Reality So Subtle + ektar 100