I set off on a photo journey. I have my favorite haunts. One is the docks at the top of South Lake Union. I was taking photos and having a grand time, when a gentleman approached me. He was a little suspect of me snapping photos on his dock and a little gruff.
He was curious to know a little bit more about my antics. I probably looked a little out of place as I wasn't dressed like a dock hand. When I told him I was shooting a photo project, he lightened up a little. We chatted a bit and I managed to get him to laugh a little. He left me with a warning to be careful and not fall from the dock. I'm really hoping that I didn't look like the type that would blunder over the edge and into the water.
I hit my other favorite place to take photos - which is Capital Hill. Its a big difference from the docks for sure. I do love wandering the streets there snap happy.
I did manage to get to Fremont area.. another place I like to wander. I even stumbled on the Theo Chocolate factory there. I opened the door of their retail store.. The smell of Heaven wafted out at me.. chocolate - mmmmm. I'll go back for a tour someday soon - very soon. No photos there, sorry. But, I found this nifty stop sign in the hood.
I have terrible luck with Impossible Project film. I don't know enough about Polaroid to know if its actually the film or the camera. This is the second Polaroid box camera that I own, and both have this same issue with the film.
That's a wrap for the letter T. Need to start leaning my brain on U. See you all in a couple of weeks. Film only film :)