Mamiya RB67 127mm Seko C, C41 Development in a sink. I didn’t mean to make a Beauty and The Beast reference.Continue reading “10 SHOTS WITH… EKTAR 100 – BEAUTY FOREST & THE BEACH”
First roll though my refurbished internet prize, A Mamiya RB67 Pro S and 127mm Sekor C lens. Kodak T-Max 100, home dev with Kodak D76.Continue reading “10 SSHOTS WITH… KODAK T-MAX 100”
One of our fellow foreigners was out walking around his area and made the mistake of speaking to a local. Minutes later he was kidnapped and made to
join a cult take part in an annual community dance celebrating the time a passing visitor dug the area out of some deep bad-harvest problems by gifting them some pumpkins. Every year since, the locals have performed a ceremony commemorating this.
Joetsu has some good skies going on at the moment…Continue reading “DUSK CREEPIN’”
Took the Leica out for a stroll through Naoetsu and near the docks. Didn’t get arrested.Continue reading “NAOETSU WALKABOUT”
Day trip to Nagano & Togakushi forest. Leica M3 with Kentmere 400, developed in D76Continue reading “KENTMERE 400 IN NAGANO & TOGAKUSHI FOREST”
Colour – Pink milk, Calpol, uncured furniture varnish.
Taste – Fake grapes, clothes conditioner, a mistake.
Gary score – 2/5. Still drank it.
Japan loves a festival.
Saw a dog? Have a festival. The Trees changed colour? Have a festival. A young, soon to be, war lord is sent to live in your city after being usurped by his brother? Oh you bet there’s going to be a festival.Continue reading “LORD KENSHIN AND HIS FESTIVAL TIME.”
Apparently I can’t own a car here. Well, I can, but I have to pay 3 types of insurance, I have to prove I have a parking space, I have to have the police back me up that I have a parking space and then I have to draw 2 maps of where the parking space is in relation to my house. And that parking space has to be within 2km of the house.
And that makes me want a car more. And the Japanese know how to rub them in my face (cars).
So I’m going to do the same, here’s the cars I’ve been stalking.Continue reading “MY JAPANESE CAR LUST PART 1.”
How are you? Good to hear. I’ve found myself living in Japan. I’ve no idea what I’m doing. I have nothing to do for a year so you’re going to read about it.