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As mentioned previously, I’ve been shooting a bit on real film. I learned photography on a manual 35mm camera, shooting and developing my own film. Sometimes it’s fun to go back.


January 12 – At the firehouse. You don’t see folding controls very often, but even when folded these barely clear the doors.


January 13 – ALS

Shot on a Nikon FM2 with 50mm manual lens. Thanks to OldSchoolPhotoLab.com for developing and scanning for me. Not many folks can handle Tmax 400 any more.

Back to work (P366 1/1)

It has come to my attention that 2012 is a leap year, so welcome to Project 366.

I started the year back at work for 24 hours.  It was a theme day, with multiple overdose calls.  Here’s hoping that’s not the theme for the coming year.


Unlike many of my co-workers, I kind of like the new reflective Chevrons.





I like the way they make use of the company colors, but I do wish they were uniform among the trucks.  Something about these two trips my OCD gene.

On an unrelated note, NRP predicts Adenosine for tomorrow’s shift.  Time will tell.