A Few More Frames of Phoenix
From my first roll of Harman Phoenix
This post is the counterpart to my first post about Harman Phoenix. To be honest, I don't think they're as interesting as the first batch (if indeed those shots could be considered that?), but I don't quite think they're worthy of the trash bin either.
Really, I think anyone could shoot almost anything with a little color in it using Phoenix and it would probably exhibit some interesting hue and saturation at the very least.
As with the first half of the roll, these were taken with my old Leica Ic and not as old Voigtlander 12mm and developed by The Darkroom in San Clemente.
I've loaded my other roll of Phoenix into my Lomo LC-W and actually managed to shoot a few frames today while Rebecca was getting her splint changed for her first (of several, I gather) cast. Still opportunities to photograph look to be few and far between in the near future, even more so (less so?) given that we're getting dosed with an increasingly thick blanket of snow as I write this.
Luckily one of my bikes has plus size tires and even though it was really built for sand, it does fine in the snow.