I test-shot a second Ilford single-use camera in between the one I reviewed and the one I submitted to #NoGearNoFear, but didn’t develop it for a few weeks. Now, though, I thought I’d share some of the results.
I shot most of the camera in Fort Collins, Colo., where I wandered one day while Kate and a friend of hers made a circuit of some yarn shops. I meandered around downtown, examined a Rolleicord in a small thrift store (I’ve never seen a camera in worse shape, and even at $30 it was extremely overpriced), had some coffee and made notes in my Moleskine, and that sort of thing.
After half the day traipsing around the historic district, I met Kate at Taj Mahal (I love their chicken tikka masala) where we picked up an Indian food feast for dinner. It was a very pleasant day.
I finished the roll with a few shots on 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver. I resumed lunch-break walks some this spring, but it’s been dreadfully hot lately. And I’m beginning to tire of the Mall, frankly. Perhaps it will take on more interest for me as it should be undergoing some changes over the next few years.
It should go without saying that all these images were made on HP5+ film with the Ilford Black and White single-use camera (a fresh one; the work involved in reloading and reassembling one was not appealing).