November 12, 2009

Sailing Time Capsule

soma sail

Sometime between 03 and 05, I bought a disposable camera and tucked it into my sailing life jacket. I would pull it out every once-in-a-while and shoot a picture or two. In 2005, I packed away my sailing gear and headed to Atlanta. The camera, safely zipped into my jacket, was there, waiting for me when I returned to Madison and sailing. Over this past summer, I finished off the roll and two years after the film expiration date, I developed it.

The results are everything I hoped for, from the over-saturated colors to the capture of forgotten moments from some unknown point in my past. The best discovery was all the wonderful people I had captured, all on a boat that I love. You can see more of the photos in my sailing photo set.

SB and JOpp

2 Comments

  1. M-I am so glad that you are blogging again. Now I will have to stop in on your site more often so I can stalk you and R. Makes me feel like we are home again and you guys are still an active part of our lives. We miss you guys a lot and wish we were back in Madison area. Hopefully we will see you both at christmas.

    Comment by Shann — November 13, 2009 @ 12:19 pm

  2. Glad you are checking in. We miss you two too. For various reasons we have a ton of time off around the holidays this year and will be in at home for most of it. It would be great to see you.

    Comment by Marijka — November 13, 2009 @ 2:06 pm

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