weekend exploring

Film. Kodak Portra 400.

A bit of exploring last weekend.

I'm finding that I'm not a big fan of the Portra.  I like the old Portra 400nc.  By far, my favorite film is Kodak Ektar.

Working on a few projects that I hope to share soon.

Is it really the last weekend in October?

date night

Film. Kodak Ektar 100.

One thing that I've learned in 8 years of marriage is that is important essential, to reconnect.  You have to work even harder to do that if you have children.  The "business" of marriage takes such a toll.  Taking care of finances, insurance, bills, etc.  You can really get caught up in the small stuff.  And that's all that I consider it to be - "the small stuff".

Which is why nights like these are my favorite.  Don't get me wrong - It's so hard to find the time, to plan, find a babysitter - so much effort just to get away for a couple of hours.  But in the end, it's worth it.  Concentrating on what is important.  Us.

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In other news, I'm still working on updating this space and I'm loving this new way to display my archives.  Such a great way to see a collage of photos I've posted here.

transition

Film. Kodak Portra 400nc

Enjoyed brunch at West Egg and I definitely know I will be back.  The food was excellent!  And did you notice the old library card catalog being used to hold packets of sugar? Love.

I'd like to thank you so much for your kind words.  In this time of transition, I always know that I can return to this space for familiarity, comfort, and peace.  I guess that's why I am drawn to sharing so much in this space.  My posting may be a bit sporadic in the next couple of weeks, so please bear with me as I manage this transition.   I also can't wait to settle in to our "new-to-us" home, and share this process with you.

First things first, I have to find a new lab to process my film in Atlanta (any suggestions would be great!).