single frame: A lane in the cemetery

A lane in the cemetery

A lane in the cemetery
Yashica-12
Fujifilm Velvia (expired 8-2006)

If you think I’m milking this roll of Velvia I shot at Crown Hill Cemetery, you’re right.

Since our pastor quit at church, I’ve been attending a lot more meetings, and I had to prepare for my sermon last Sunday. It went fine, by the way. But it takes time and energy away from the blog.

Just you wait: on Monday I’m going to share the images from this roll that didn’t work out. They’re interesting in their own right.

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Comments

8 responses to “single frame: A lane in the cemetery”

  1. Sam Avatar

    Hi Jim I thought it was another camera and then I said wow again! With this camera you run out of winners!

  2. Sam Avatar

    I meant you never run out of winners sorry about that!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Lol that’s what I thought you meant! I have been thinking of myself as a 35mm SLR guy but the more I use the 12 the more I think maybe I’m a TLR guy!

      1. Sam Avatar

        With results like that it’s easy to be a convert! I know you often sell but when the time comes I think you should keep this! πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ»

        1. Jim Grey Avatar

          This one’s a keeper for sure. It had a CLA from Mark Hama! So if I take good care of it it should last me a couple decades, easy.

          1. Sam Avatar

            If you had Mark β€œHama Time” the Camera for you Jim, you are as you said, good for decades! πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ»

  3. DougD Avatar
    DougD

    Good to hear Sunday went fine. I was an elder for a bit and I’ve found I have little tolerance for those meetings. 12 people can’t spend an hour discussing 50 bucks, hopefully you don’t have to do stuff like that. I’m much happier playing guitar in the band.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Fortunately we’re just 5 elders and we tend to align easily over the $50 discussions. This whole experience of losing our pastor has actually been good for us elders and our ability to work together.

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