As much as it sucks whenever California is on fire (since writing this, a whole bunch more fires have sprung to life, really sucks), the air quality is awful, allergies get all whacked and of course the loss of trees and homes. However, the light changes in a rather beautiful way. Due to all the crap in the air, the light gets filtered and we get golden glowing light during the day and almost orange red glows at sunset.
Been in a bit of photo slump the past month or so, in fact took almost that long for me to finish this roll of film (there are more shots from this roll that I will be posting soon). Hasn't been a terribly exciting or inspiring summer for holga photos unfortunately. Now that my holga is loaded up again (new film, Fuji 400H from FourCornerStore), and with the summer slowly coming to a close, maybe I'll be able to conjure up some creative juices again.
Holga 120CFN, expired Fuji NPS 160 color negative film, processed normal C-41. Scanned from negative.