I've finally developed all of my latest rolls of film from before and during my Japan trip. Here's everything worth sharing. I did shoot a decent amount of colour, but it's off for developing so I think I'll just use that in my essay in the near future.
No qarking? Or no quarking?
A building in a sunbeam.
Hannah Skyping with Aunt while painting.
Testing the light.
I've been shooting a lot of verticals lately.
My dad and Andre, both guitarists.
Amplifier at The Menagerie.
Sorry Mark, but Jennifer has made her choice.
Simon in a window light.
Do we have to leave yet?
Parental duties in Shibuya.
These folks were painting.
Even more of them.
Made it to Shibuya.
Rangefinder selfie time.
Weird lookin' building.
Simon just hanging out.
Rob and Simon and the dinner table, Ryogoku.
At least you know if someone is sick?
Construction... construction everywhere.
Gettin' business done.
Hannah and I outside Toriba coffee, who does a 100 Yen cold drip!
Hannah and Simon.
Kyoto... More construction.
Smiley guitar guy.
At Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
Even at 5pm on a Sunday, it's packed.
So many selfies, so little time.
Downtown Kyoto city streets.
Tomer, an Israeli from Tel Aviv, who I chatted to while eating at Chao Chao Gyoza, Kyoto.
A Kamo River bridge.
The Kamo River. Beautiful place to chill.
Waiting for the lights.
Shrine in north Kyoto. Wasn't tempted to go in.
Traditional Japanese architecture.
A group of Buddhist monks, I think, walked past me chanting in unison.
More on the river.
Traffic cops everywhere.
Can anybody translate this?