Lindsey and I haven’t been up to DC since we moved to Charlottesville, which is really a shame since it’s only about 2 hours away. The weather was supposed to be fair, and the busy-ness of wedding season is just around the corner, so we decided (somewhat last-minute) this week to head up for the day on Saturday. We went with a couple friends who are new to Charlottesville but familiar with the DC area. Our only regret was not checking the museum schedules before we headed up. We were really excited about the prospect of being able to visit the International Spy Museum, only to find out during lunch that it would be closing in a couple hours. We then made plans to revisit the nation’s capital for a longer duration to allow more time to explore said museum and others that simply cannot be squeezed into one short trip.
I carried my Pentax K100, a 50mm lens, one roll of Kodak T-Max, a Polaroid 250 Land Camera, and one pack of Fuji FP-3000B instant peel-apart film. The ones here were all shot with the Polaroid 250. I find that I always enjoy shooting a little more when I keep the camera and lens choice simple. I’ll have a few more to post when I get the other film back.
Polaroid 250 Land Camera, Fuji FP-3000BPin It