Once upon a time, a girl went to Spain and Italy with her best friends for three weeks. In 2003, digital cameras mostly only existed in the point-n-shoot variety. And they cost a hefty nickel, which I couldn’t afford. I took my manual Canon T60, a 50 mm lens, and a bucket-load of film. Two weeks in, I labeled all my film caps with a dot of red nail polish, nine by that day, to keep them separate from my friend’s film. By the end of the trip, I had 11 rolls of film.
Remember that anticipation, hoping your pictures came out?
Here are a few of my favorite scenic shots….
Taken at Lago Maggiore, Italy