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Romain S. Donadio 2:59pm, 2 January 2007
Well in fact I'll be forty in couple of weeks but still, 2007 will be the year of my fortieth revolution around the sun.

For this 2007 daily photo diary, I've decided to only use film. I'll be carrying around a Canonet QL17 that will be loaded with a 36-exposure film. I will allow myself to shoot only one shot on this film per day. So basically, exposure #1 will have the shot for the first day of the month, exposure #2, the second of the month and so on. At the end of the month, I will get the film processed and scanned and will post all the pictures at once (in different messages) in this thread. Every pictures will be posted whether they're good or not.

Latest picture.
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~ Phil Moore 11 years ago
I've only just discovered this little gem of yours - loving some of those shots, and really like the idea of the one shot per day. Sucks about the January débâcle, but it will make those other films so much worthwhile - glad you persevered!

I shall look forward to checking back at the start of April, and also think I need to include more film shots in mine ;)

Rad.

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CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Yes - sorry - the morning coffee was a little too strong. I am not sure if Monday is still on or not but I will go anyway to have something to eat. No worries !

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Ladybadtiming PRO 11 years ago
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Romain S. Donadio Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Romain S. Donadio (admin) 11 years ago
To have something to eat and drink is always a very good reason to go somewhere. I'll be there too no matter what.

Thanks a lot, I look forward to see your film shot in your diary.

Thanks a lot LDBT.
CollardGreens PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by CollardGreens (member) 11 years ago
I heard Jim returns tuesday so monday we are on our own...
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Jim asked me if he should reschedule. I told him he should do whatever he feels doing even cancel, people will understand. Anyway, I still be there on Monday.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Do you still go today or do you shift to next week?
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I'll be there today and next week.
Glow* 11 years ago
I don't understand what's on today ?
Glow* 11 years ago
And I can't spot you on the 27th february photo, where are you ??
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Nothing is really on today, but we where suppose to have our " Monthly Paris Photography Meetup at the Habemuspapam which is now postponed till the 19th because Jim can't be in Paris today. But I and maybe Ted will be there (just in case some will still come and to have a drink and maybe a bite).

And on the 27th I'm in a stair behind the camera. But on the 26th, you'll need to look through the mirror to find me ;-)
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
OK - should be thinking about the upcoming posting of MAR...looking forward.

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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Indeed very soon. But this time, instead of posting everything at once, I'll be posting the pictures little by little everyday along April days. This way, I won't have to spend a whole weekend working and posting all the pictures just to see my thread sinking to the deep light & life less bottom of the forum. By posting everyday, I'll keep the thread near the top of the forum and maybe I'll get more feedback. :-)
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Please people do not despair. March update is on it's way. It's just that have been working a lot lately and I did not even had the time to get the roll process.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Come on LeicaMAN - we are waiting to see !
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
The roll was given to process yesterday, I should get it back today. The first pictures for march should start flowing very soon.
~ Phil Moore Posted 11 years ago. Edited by ~ Phil Moore (member) 11 years ago
Just out of interest, where do you get your rolls processed? I've just been using Photo Service but gonna give Negatif+ a whirl...

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Negatif+ has been having some quality issues lately. My stuff has been ok, but I know Photogreen has been having some issues, especially with special instructions. (pushing, cross-processing, etc.) I think he has found another place...
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I'm trying a new lab near Montparnasse, www.dupifphotostudio.com. They're more expensive and slower than nega+ but they do traditionnal "hand made" processing.
~ Phil Moore 11 years ago
Aha, thanks guys. The film I need developing is nothing special so for now I'll stick with Negatif+.

Looking forward to seeing how the new processing works out for you!
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I've just got back the roll of HP5 and 4 other Tri-X (one pulled to 200iso) and from the contact sheet everything looks all right.
It's too late for me to start scanning my shots as its already passed 21:00 and I've get up at 4:00 am tomorrow morning. So I'm off to bed.
I'll be posting tomorrow.

Neg+ has manage to f*ck up some of my normally exposed filme. You should have seen how dirty and full of stain was the last slide roll I gave them to process.
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/01 21:40 (113kg)

Metro Bastille


1/60 f4 - Ilford HP5

So finally here is my first update for March. I know this photo diary made with film is quite a slow process, but still I'm quite happy to do it this way instead of shooting digital. Kind of like discovering at the end of the month how the pictures turned out.

So it is the first day of March which happen to be a Thursday and as every first Thursday of the month some members from Flickr@Paris group gather in a bar in Bastille. I was on my way to met them when I took the picture. I'm not quite sure why I took this one instead of shooting my friends making fool of themselve because they're drunk. Beats me. Anyway, as always the night out ended late, drunk and so hangovered at the office the day after.

Soundtrack:
David Bowie - Velvet Goldmine
eelend PRO 11 years ago
this is fantastic
so epic


eelend's 2007
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Good approach - a shot a day one month later...I like it and it will keep a lot of us coming back...sort of like a television series..."Lost with a Leica". Good Stuff...but weren't you suppose to go to sleep early ??

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BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
LOL -- i know, the suspense is killing me!!!!
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Thanks

I had to scan all the pictures and post-process them. I've uploaded the first picture as well as the song that accompany the pciture (have listen to the song?). Do a bit of html coding. And then write and post the message. When all this was done, it was about 21:00 and I went straight to bed.

So stay tuned ;-)

Thank you all.
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Romain S. Donadio Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Romain S. Donadio (admin) 11 years ago
2007/03/02 23:42 (112,2kg)

Corridor to the kitchen


1/30 f1,7 - Ilford HP5

It was past 23:00, lying on my bed watching TV still a bit hangovered from last night, when I heard my Palm beeping. It was reminding me that I didn't took my daily picture. Oh crap!
While I was doing some thinking on whether I should get up from my bed and take the damn picture or not and what should I photographed, I suddenly felt a craving for chocolate rice cake (yeah I'm on diet). I got up and grab the Canonet and decided to take picture of the rice cake. But then I shooted the corridor to the kitchen. Lame, I know.

Soundtrack: The sound of my tummy rumbling.
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Romain S. Donadio Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Romain S. Donadio (admin) 11 years ago
2007/03/03 17:04 (113,4kg)

When luxury stores become the new landmarks


1/500 f5,6 - Ilford HP5

I live close to the Champs Elysées the most touristic avenue in Paris. But except for the Arc de Triomphe that one has to see at least once and lower area with parks, museums, theatre and place de la concorde, higher part has just become an open air luxury mall. And it is that part of the avenue which is the most crowded. At Louis Vuitton main store there's actually people queuing, sometime for hours, to get in just to have peek. In front of every luxury store you'll see hundred of people gathered in front the window, sometime litterally drooling over objects and pieces of clothing they'll never be able to buy. And some of them are coming from across the world for this. The Louvre, the Eiffel and the Luxury stores on the Champs Elysées that the only things they would care to see that seems to be. Such a shame.

Soundtrack:
David Bowie - Rock'n'Roll Suicide
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Counterpoint: I remember the first times I came to Paris in the 1980s. It is true that I wanted to see what you just described...the big ones in a day ! Little by little and visit by visit, the real Paris began to show itself ...but only a little. It has taken the last 8 years to even dent the surface of all the little treasures and out of the way places that this city protects with it's outer surface of luxe. By that I mean - it takes some time to unpeel the layers. The luxe protects the real treasures from overpressure.

Paris reveals itself to you only as you slow down and discover...look, listen and talk to locals. Just my overtly biased opinion !

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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Hi Ted,

My point was, and maybe I didn't explain it right, when one has so little time to visit Paris as those people, why wasting it in totally useless visit to luxury store in which they won't even buy things from as they can't afford them? They may never have the time and informations to find those treasures Paris has to offer but maybe they could some extra time at the Louvre to visit that Room on Phenician art they din't have time to see.
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
2 March is awesome!!! I faved it on your stream!!
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Hi Jim,

Thanks, I saw that this morning. The funny thing is that I didn't give much thought baout it when I released the shutter.
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
Yep -- and sometimes those are the best ones :D
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
I get it...

Like Jim says...good stuff here.
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Romain S. Donadio Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Romain S. Donadio (admin) 11 years ago
Thanks guys.

Some more are coming up in in couple minutes.
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/04 21:41 (112,5kg)

I'm starving!


1/60 f1,7 - Ilford HP5

Here's that damned Palm beeping again. Forgot the picture for the diary. It's sunday evening. I'm half naked in front of the TV again and seriously thinking of taking a picture of whatever is displayed on the flat LCD TV screen. But I didn't have dinner yet, my stomach also start rumbling it's own alarm; "Hey ya c*nt up there, ya might be in a freaking diet, but ya still have to eat you gobshite". My tummy is in very strange mood those day. Allright then. What's in the fridge. Oh yeah... Nothing, nada, rien! This mean I have to dress up and go out to the chinese restaurant down my street for some take away vegetable chop suey and rice. I took the Canonet with me and shoot this which is right in front where I live. Another lame day.

Soundtrack:
David Bowie -Time
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/05 16:45 (112,5kg)

Autoportrait de Mode


1/60 f11- Ilford Hp5

This is one of those week I really enjoy. Today I started working at 6:00 am. Which mean that to be at the office at 6:00 am, I need to wake up at 4:00 am. And this for everyday of this week. Sounds harsh but I actually enjoy it very much. Why? Simply because when I start a 6:00 am, I'm finishing at 2:00 pm. Which gives almost all afternoon to do stuff I usually don't have time to do normally. Like going to museum and exhibitions. Or in a park or on a Cafe's terrasse to have lunch when the weather is fine. I get to do all the thing can't do when working my normal shift because it's to late to do them when I finish work.
Off course waking up that early, mean that I need to get to bed early and I usually try to get in bed around 8:00 and 9:00 pm. Which is quite early but still gives a full 6 hours to enjoy the afternoon.
This afternoon, I've decided to go to this big department store in Saint Germain des Prés called "Le Bon Marché" as they where having a photo exhibition called "Autoportrait de Mode". They were showing the work of established photographer well known for their self-protrait like Cindy Sherman but they've also asked other artists to do their own self-portrait specially for the exhibition. I particularly like the one from the french actress Audrey Tautou (Amelie, Da Vinci Code,...) who did a self-portrait of her using mirror and the exact same Leica M7 that bought lately. Even better, I also know that she bought her camera from the same store that I bought mine as when I was buying mine, she was in the store having her Leica being fixed.
Great day for once.
The 6th will not be that nice...

Soundtrack:
David Bowie -Beauty and the Beast
~ Phil Moore Posted 11 years ago. Edited by ~ Phil Moore (member) 11 years ago
A bit late on the luxe debate, but although it does take a lot of time to see the true city (as CollardGreens said) I'd agree with you that it's foolish to spend hours drooling over some product. I'm sure they can be viewed elsewhere in the world.

I can sympathise a little with the see the Tour Eiffel, and all that, and although it's a shame that people nip into the Louvre, surprise themselves with the size of Mademoiselle Lisa, and leave again, but time can be limited, and there are a lot of big things to see in this iconic capital.

But really... A hand-bag?

Loving the shots. Loving the film. Loving the notion. And loving the phrases used in the caption accompanying the 4th March. Gobshite - haven't heard that for a while!

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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Thanks Phil for your comment. I saw that you next update on your Diary will from your film slr. I can't wait to see that.
~ Phil Moore 11 years ago
Hmmm, I fear it won't be much!

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CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Audrey Tautou...we have spotted her in the neighborhood before. So tiny and cute...we didn't bother her - but I did follow along for a few minutes to be sure. Once we saw the tiny lady from the poltergeise movies at "La Terrasse" but she was tiny and very NOT cute ! I am not sure how all this ties in but it does move your thread to top place !!

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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/06 6:16 (111,2kg)

Etoile


1/60 f5.6 - Ilford Hp5

I'm sitting there on the platform waiting for the very first RER train of the day. It's late already. 3 minutes late. How does those at the RATP's traffic regulation expect to get all today's train in time if the very first is already late?
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So I'm sitting there, thinking about where I would go shooting this afternoon after I finish working at 2 pm while carressing the shape of my brend new Leica through the fabrics of my bag. I was totally unaware that later on this day I was to live the most dramatic accident.
That week Paris held the "Salon de l'Agriculture", the biggest farming fair in Europe (at least, I think it is). I knew that their would be a lot to shoot from animals to extremely "colorful" farmers. Something that I and my Leica shouldn't miss.
On my way to the fair, I shot the very last exposures from a black and white film and decided to load the Leica with a colour slide film as soon that I would get to the fair. I eventually made it to "porte de Versaille" bought my entrance ticket, enter the fair and find a quiet place to reload the camera.
Now there's something you need to know about loading film in a Leica rangefinder camera, is that it can be a very tricky operation when you're not use to. First of all, on a Leica rangefinder, there's no door on the back to open and load the film (actually there's a window that can be open to check if the tip film is well position). You need to remove the bottom of the camera and insert (but not fully) the film cartridge on side, than pull the film to the other side to insert the tip of the film in some kind of star shape tube (before inserting you need to position the tube in a certain way with one finger). When the tip of the film is inserted in the tube, you can push the cartridge and the film fully into the camera while looking through the back window that the film position well itself and eventually helping it to position well. When all this is done, you can replace the bottom of the camera and start winding the film... but oh oh... wait...
You see when you shoot the very last exposure of a film it is very unlikely that when wind the film forward for the last time, you actually wind it all the way until the camera is cocked again and ready to shoot. Usually the end of the film prevent this to happen.
And this is for this reason that the man at the Leica store told me probably a hundred time "Before loading a film in the camera, always wind forward and release the shutter, understood? Wind and shoot, wind and shoot and then load" and me to say "oh yeah, I know, don't worry, I'll remember, trust me, I'm not that dumb, geez! I'm not ten or a digital photographer, come on! I'm just as good as a pro, the new HCB, blah blah blah...).
So here I am, at the fair ready to wind up the new roll film in the camera and so I do. And the cocking lever just stop half way and doesn't move anymore. Oh you've guessed it, haven't you, I forgot to "wind and shoot". And to make it worse, instead of removing the bottom of the camera and pull out the film, I did pressed the shutter's button and wind the film again. Oh the awful film ripping noise! again the lever stop in the middle. Impossible to release the shutter that was totally and definitively locked. When I finally remove the bottom of the camera and open the back window, I could see that film partly ripped and some piece of it were stucked between the shutter curtains. I removed the film and the pieces stucked but the lever wouldn't move and the shutter stayed stucked. I almost started crying.
Anyway, my afternoon shooting at the fair was dead, so I went straight to the Leica store hoping they could fix the camera right away so I could go back to the fair the day after. But the guy told me it has to be sent to Germany and it will take about 5 weeks to be fixed (hopefully the warranty will cover it). But maybe it was because I looked so disapointed and sad, that the man offered me to lend me a second hand Leica M6 until the end of the week and for free. Which put a smile back on my face.

Soundtrack:
David Bowie -Beauty and the Beast
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
OK - Now it is time to visit the tattoo parlor and get the instructions put on the back of your hand in a checklist !! Or better yet - we make you a plastic list that can be put around your neck like jewelery ! I am so sorry to hear this - I can only imagine the frustration...not to mention I could have learned some new french slang...

Happy to see the nice contrast and dank mood of Étoile...
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/07 18:54 (111,2kg)

Salon de l'Agriculture


1/60 f? - Ilford hp5

So there I am finally, at the Salon de l'Agriculture with my borrowed Leica M6. The last time I went to such fair, it wason a school trip about 29 years ago and one of the only thing that I remember of this first visit to the fair is that I noticed it wasn't pig tail that looks like a corkscrew, but another part of its anatomy not to far from the tail. It made me and my mate giggles for many weeks after the field trip.
This also tells you how much I know about the rural life.
I had a grand time their shooting but only to a certain point. I've spent the afternoon there photographing about everything people, animals, people with animals, animals with people and all. It was all fun until a bit after the picture above. If you look at the picture, you'll see a bull lying down in the background. I thought this bull was a magnificent beast and I thought I wasn't the only one thinking it was magnificent as a lots of people were gathered around it. So went around the stable to get closer shot of the beautiful bull lying there.
I didn't even have time to release the shutter that some guy with a red beret jumps on me and scream at me "mais t'es pas un peu con de le prendre en photo?" (ain't you a moron to take a picture of it). I turn my head to the guy in disbelief. He looked fairly mad and added "Tu vois qu'il ne va pas bien" (Can't you see he's in pain). As matter of fact, the bull somehow fell and seems to have broken something and so they were trying to keep it lying of the floor so it won't hurt himself more. The guy was upset because many people were taking picture of the animals and I think that he felt it was just as bad as if they were taking picture of corpse after a car accident. Which I can understand but this does not excuse the attitude he had toward me.
As I said before I know nix about farming so how could I know the bull was hurt? How could I tell it was in pain? For me it was just resting on the floor for all I would know. I tried explain this to the guy but he only got angrier and started to push me telling me to hit the road in a very rude manner.
If there one thing you don't want to do to me is to push me while screaming at me or worst insulting me. It just make me mad and scared, a state in which I, in turn, can become quite violent. So I started dodging his pushing and pushed him back. But then I remember that I had an expensive camera hanged around my neck that wasn't even mine. So I stopped and left the place while the guy was still screaming at me "enculé de Parisien". I was boiling.

Soundtrack: Meuuuuuuh (Mooooo)
BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
CG -- Zelda Rubenstein (little lady from Poltergeist) she's a friend of my stepmother who was also in the film industry (production).... she came over my house once back in the 80's and all i could think of all night is was she going to burst out and say "this house is clean"!

Photogrin -- you have had far too much trouble with cameras this year so far -- hope things look up when your camera is returned.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
I have 2 perspectives here.

1 - you bring animals to a fair to help people understand them and appreciate their beauty. They are there to be viewed and yes photographed...the gentleman's direction in this case would have been best served (he obviously loved the animal) to show you the same respect he was requesting. I know you and you would have responded positively to that.

2 - no hitting, no pushing, no biting. Now write on the blackboard "I promise to be cool" 100 times. His anger / actions unforgivable but understandable - a response to a friend in pain.

Wait - I'll add a third one - 3) Just what does a bull in pain look like? Last thing I would want to do is make a 1000 (?) kg animal uncomfortable !!

See you sunday - VOTE !

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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Thanks for your comment. But don't worry, I've got my camera back already (my diary update are from last month since I'm using one roll of film for every month) and I'm extra careful now.


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No no, I didn't use "copy and paste" (*yeah right) ;-P
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
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~ Phil Moore 11 years ago
Gah, I can sympathise with your film woes - my Fisheye has been very fishy recently... At least it's only a glorified disposable camera, though; you must be gutted about the Leica - hope it all works out ok!
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Romain S. Donadio Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Romain S. Donadio (admin) 11 years ago
Yeah, I know. But the weather is so fine in the evening that when I get out of work, I don't feel like going straight home and sit in front of another computer. I just prefer "vagabonder" in the city until it's time to get to bed.

That's was a month ago (remember I'm shooting a roll a month so this month update are really last month update). My Leica's back and I'm extra careful with it now (*mumbling wind and shoot, wind and shoot, wind and...)

Thanks all.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Too true !!...me as well. Even if it is to sit on a bench and watch the world go by.

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Ladybadtiming PRO 11 years ago
please don't leave me all alone in the 15th of the month topic !!!!

[LadyBadTiming / snapshooting my life away, day after day, after day, after day]
eelend PRO 11 years ago
i like your last pictures very much


eelend's 2007
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/08 7:08 (111,5kg)

The Moon through my office window.


1/60 f1,7 - Ilford HP5

One early morning, I've started at 6am and I'm still alone at the office. In this day of March (yeah, I'm a very slow diary updater), the sky is clear and it's not that cold outside. I wanted to get rid of the day's picture for the diary and I thought that tiny shiny spot in the sky would do it.
Photo of the day for the 8 of march? Checked!

No soundtrack.
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
2007/03/09 13:45 (112kg)

Sad Dog


1/60 f2 - Ilford HP5

Taken while waiting at the "Fnac" customer service department to have replaced the lightbox have bought the day before and wasn't working. Eventually , when the technician plugged the light box and turn it on, it just worked fine. I've asked to have it replaced anyway and took a more expensive lightbox.
Another boring day, although that whining puppy who was just as bored as I was to be there, somehow made my day.

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CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
I have been away for a while but now am back in paris...whining dogs and children...what can you do? Pet them and they stop !!

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CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
...and Italy ? How was it ??
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I'm still there, enjoying every bits of it. Man! San Gimignano was fantastic!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Just back in the door...feet dragging but happy to have a bit of travel !
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I know how it feels. Since I'm back, the only thing I can think of is to go back there.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Perhaps "Italian nite" is in the near future ??

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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
Could be a good idea.
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