The holiday season is a time for indulgenceRead More
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Hello SpringRead More
The last year or so, I've been trying to read a book a month. I've been a bit inconsistent in 2016, but this year I am ready!Read More
Here’s to a season filled with warmth, comfort and good cheerRead More
Popcorn and toasted marshmallow ice creamRead More
Fresh fruit is an excellent way to cool-down and hydrate on a hot summer dayRead More
Cooling down with a scoop or two of Pete's Super Natural Peanut Brittle Ice CreamRead More
The first Friday of every August marks International Beer Day and today is the day!Read More
Nothing beats a bowl of fresh pasta made from scratch.Read More
I've been playing around with this concept for over a year now, but I always over-think whatever it is that I am working on instead of just starting. It's not perfect, but I am letting go of being a perfectionist. This is me launching instead of waiting for things to be perfect.
A while ago I stumbled across a great inspirational video from Filmmaker Salomon Ligthelm.Read More
I rarely develop gear lust, but I have been obsessing about the superb Fuji x100s for some time now. I mean what is not to love; retro design, fixed lens, stealthy rangefinder like operation. Although it is no rangefinder, I am sure Henri Cartier-Bresson would have loved shooting a bit of street with the x100s.
I have made peace with the fact that the x100s retails for an arm and a leg, a bit ridiculous for a ‘backup’ camera. I have decided to go all old school again. My last Yashica Rangefinder, the Minister D died on me a couple of months ago, but I have had my eye on the Yashica Electro 35 GSN; a cult classic among some die-hard film shooters. It has the looks, great light meter and a decent piece of glass. After finding a replacement for the now discontinued mercury battery, the electronics and camera mechanisms are all in working order. Another gem added to my vast growing analogue camera collection. I will post some images once I develop and scan a few rolls. I can already smell the fixer…