Several weeks ago, my wife and I journeyed across town to Spring Grove Cemetery. This is a place where all those of importance in Cincinnati are laid to rest...the place is filled with beautiful gardens and landscaping...as well as knock-your-socks-off monuments! In any case, I had my trusty Holga camera and Nikon N6006 film camera with me...the Holga loaded with color negative film, the Nikon with classic 35mm 400 ASA black and white film.
The day was warm and somewhat overcast...perfect for cemetery pictures. The place is huge so we only explored a small part of what was there. Two hours and a bunch of film later, we called it quits for the day.
This was the first time that I have used color negative film in the Holga and it has been awhile since I processed C41 film but earlier this week I did just that and you are looking at some early results. I haven't processed the black and white film but given what I see with the pics from the Holga, I can't help but think there are some great images to be found. I'll make sure to post an update when I have more ready to show. In the meantime, you can see more of my Holga pics on my Flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/clearerreflections.