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camping on film

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I took more film photos than digital on our second camping trip.  It was a short trip; we planned to stay only one night because it was our son’s first (successful) overnight camping experience, and we didn’t want to push our luck.  We happily discovered that he loved it, which means there will more trips next summer.

On our way home we stopped by some hot springs.  There were five different pools, all cascading down a hill.  The first pool was the hottest, the second was a little cooler, the third even cooler, and so on.  We sat in the third one which was pleasantly warm.  I highly recommend a camping trip that includes a warm bath in hot springs.

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My husband, son, and I went camping twice this summer.  The first time, a sudden thunderstorm turned our campsite into a pond and we discovered that our tent leaked.  The second time, the sun was shining and we stayed dry.  Looking forward to more camping next summer.

spring & summer 2013 on film

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I’ve been shooting a lot of film the past few months.  I have three film cameras I use regularly: a Canon AE-1 Program, a Canon Rebel G, and a Minolta Maxxum 7000.  I buy whatever film I can get my hands on at the photo shop.

The first four photos above were taken on Maui during our vacation in the late winter/early spring and the other two are from early summer.

Astrid - I LOVE that third photo with the palm!
And yay for shooting film!