Just got back from a trip to New York! Didn’t have as much time to shoot as I wanted to, but did shoot a roll with the Leica.
I had one roll of Portra 160VC left, and decided my final roll would be used on the Big Apple. And I didn’t regret it at all. Has anyone shot with the new Portras?? I wonder how they compare…I’m definitely going to miss this film.
Finally got the chance develop some film that’s been sitting around for awhile now. Surprise! I didn’t even know what it was until I picked it up…but it looks like I brought my fisheye camera when we went up to Yosemite. Here are some of them:
I totally missed out on the OC fair and all the fried goodness that came with it, so when the LA fair rolled around, I knew I had to go. Apparently the new thing this year is fried Kool Aid, but we weren’t adventurous (or hungry) enough to give it a try.
Turkey leg + corn = bomb.com
YA, Bacon and Nutella on a 10lb bun. Believe it.
Future prospects. Give ‘em about 10 years. HEHE just kidding.
I think we’ve hit the motherload right here.
So we decided to go with the deep fried Klondike bar and…a deep fried chicken patty sandwiched between two jelly filled Krispy Kreme donuts. #FATTYNATION Surprisingly, both were delicious.
Not gonna lie, this was pretty high up:
Of course, the boys had to compete in the basketball game…and it only took ONE TRY…HOLLER!!! $$ in the bank right here.
Yee, the girls came away with monkeys. I decided to name my B-Dubs, because he’s gangster like that.
This ride is crazy. But it was also playing Gareth Emery’s Mansion. It was a sign, but I didn’t have the guts to ride it. Sorry Gareth!! (Can someone also explain to me the first 2 minutes of the music video?)
NAOOOO. If you know me, I’m a big scaredy cat. I hateeee roller coasters, but somehow got suckered and tricked into riding one.
Yes. Pickles. They’re awesome.
These two lovebirds are Disney fanatics, so what better place than to have your engagement session than the happiest place on earth!? We spent a fun filled day at the park and was able to sweet talk a couple of the employees to give us our own boat for some photos. Everyone working there is so cheerful and were more than happy to oblige in the name of love.
These two enjoyed an ice cream cone together at the end of the day on Main Street:
Big Thunder Railroad was probably my favorite ride to shoot. Arms and lenses flying everywhere, boy was this a challenge. I bet Em and my camera collided atleast 5 times during this ride trying to turn behind and shoot the happy couple.