Nearly two years ago, I went on a trip north. I took just one film camera with me, a Konica c35. I didn't get to shoot much (I sketched), so upon returning home I rewound the film roll and put it back with the rest of my stash, where I forgot about it.
Until this week when I had the roll developed and scanned by Fuji. I finally used up the roll in my Olympus mju zoom camera, taking random shots of people and places and all sorts of stuff this Panagbenga month. I was really pleasantly surprised to find I'd already exposed the first few frames of the roll. It was a nice reminder of all the experiences I had during that Cagayan trip, which actually was a catalyst to my moving to Baguio City.
The only beach shot left intact was this:
The fishing village. I remember spending a morning sketching this view.
Some other doubles from that serendipitous roll:
Look at that burn.
When the pre-exposed frames were all used up, I was left with these:
View the entire photoset in my Flickr album.
Some of these shots were taken during my walk from Mines View to Session Road, which I wrote about in my "walking" blog.
I'm currently at home in Quezon City to spend time with my family and to have some of my film cameras repaired. I miss shooting with my LC-A (it has a sticky shutter, which I hope Mang Bibot will be able to fix).
Konica c35 EF, Olympus mju zoom 115
Kodak Ultima 100