As I've mentioned before, my eldest daughter has decided she wants to be an astrophysicist or an astronaut when she grows up. We had assumed this would just be a phase, but we're rounding 3 years of her proclaiming this (and she turns 5 next month...), so we're taking her seriously and encouraging her in any way we can. Thus, we signed her up for the last space camp of the summer down in Houston and she was over the moon (hehe)! She had an absolute blast and our youngest enjoyed the one-on-one time with her Mommy and Daddy. I shot a wide combination of cameras and film, from HP5 in my new Holga, to Portra 400 and Color Implosion in my Leica, to expired Delta 400 in my Olympus XA.
Surprisingly, it took me almost 2 months to get through 15 shots on my medium format camera, so here a few images from Fourth of July in Florida and crystal digging in NW Oklahoma a few weeks ago! It seems that I haven't given Ektar enough attention...these colors are so punchy and fun!
I've got another roll of Ektar loaded in the Mamiya, and even took a couple of frames on it while in Texas, so I'm determined to shoot through it faster this time. We were thinking of going to Colorado for Labor Day weekend, but then remembered that we have the Air Force Ball a couple of weekends after that, so I'm not sure expenses will allow it :-( I'm sure I'll find some stuff to shoot though, especially since it's finally supposed to cool down a bit!