Wayfinding with flickr...
Supersampler + Fuji Superia 400.
We were going to see Massive Attack at the Royal Festival Hall on the same day (it transpired) as the London flickr meet up, organised by squirrelmonkey and George on behalf of flickr. There had already been talk of a Bristol:London meet-up by sjnewton and it seemed practical to 'kill two birds with one stone' as it were.
We followed the trail of pink and blue balloons and met up for the Tate Modern Street Art Walking Tour around Southwark, along with a vast number of other flickr'rs. There was time for pictures along the Embankment at the end of the walk, before the inevitable pub meet up. It was so well organised that we even had a free drink (mine's a large Pinot Grigio please!) and a vast array of sandwiches for lunch. We met loads of people - swapped film and photography stories and generally had a good time.
Thanks flickr and thanks Fiona! :)
Taken with my lovely, if somewhat idiosyncratic Supersampler - 4 lenses take 4 shots onto 1 negative over 2 seconds. Completely plastic, no control whatsoever and no viewfinder - you just wave it about and hope for the best - these days, I've even learned to point it at things and keep it still! ;)