Looks like my Isolette repairs have survived 2 years in storage nicely; I ran half a roll through it to check as I was considering taking it on a trip to Iceland (but didn’t, in the end).
Seems apt that I am only just posting photos from last year’s reading party considering that this year’s takes place 3 weeks from now.
Again with the trees/foliage because, well, TREES.
Then some lesser-spotted computer scientists amongst the trees.
It seems that age can’t hamper the gleeful happiness of playing in running water…
…but others may have their own ideas.
‘Spot the computer scientist’ 1/2.
One paddle wasn’t enough, now everybody wants a go.
I think when I first got the Biogon I decided to take photos of foliage simply to see whether the lens was as sharp as people raved. Of course when scanned on a flatbed it’s not like I can really judge…
Playing with some programmable logic teaching aid thing.
Then to the pub again.
And more flash in the pub, but which somehow ended up on this roll instead of with the others.
And two more shots that came out of the Yashica Mat at some point during its broken-ness.
A wonderfully named waterfall in Radnor Forest. My parents moved to the area a few years ago & I took these on the Yashica Mat when I visited them last summer (& discovered just how faulty the ‘Mat actually is!).
Just for fun I stuck both of the above into Photoshop’s photomerge & the result wasn’t awful…
This is the roll of Velvia 50 I shot in Boston.
Bunch of Gezi protesters outside Massachusetts State House.
This could’ve been good if I’d bumped into them whilst they were in the sunlight & her flag was unfurled.
The light & the trees were really nice on these roads around Bunker Hill, but I let the camera choose the expousre & it didn’t quite do it justice.
Same thing walking around the MIT campus.
The Media Lab’s new building. Unfortunately I couldn’t get inside :(
Some more angles of the Stata Center (other side of the building than in the previous post, I reloaded when walking through).
Somebody gets to play with a robot!
Spot me (I am in there!).