Hi guys, it's Bryan here.
It's been a strange and challenging semester, but we have almost make it through, and we are so close to being done!
For my final blog post of the semester, I want to show you some of the photos I took with my film camera. In my past blog post about traveling to Japan, I have shared some reasons why you should use film cameras, which include changing the way you take photos, delivering photos that have unique coloring, and giving you joy when waiting for the film to be developed.
My friend gave me a Canon T70 film camera as a birthday present this summer. Throughout this semester, I have finished three roll of films, and I want to use those photos to conclude my semester this year.
|Before my friends all went back, summer was fun. We went hiking and ate good food.|
This one was taken at Clarks Creek Park.
|Then we hiked Mailbox Peak.|
|It was a really hard hike, but the view was definitely worth it.|
|Then my friends went back to China, and I couldn't find a good reason to go out|
|I would walk around in the school, but nobody was there|
|Then, new semester began, and I met some new friends!|
|We also went hiking. This time it's at Point Defiance Park|
|And we saw orcas! What a surprise!|
|I went to Bellevue to visit my cousin. We went to Mt Rainier...|
|Gas Works Park really had some beautiful views!|
|I found this sign on a baseball park. It was so funny! "it's not the MLB!" You parents stop trying so hard!|
|I had a busy semester, and I didn't go out much due to COVID and the wild fire in Sept..|
|My clinical experience got postponed 3 weeks because of COVID!|
|When things all finally settled down, my friends and I went for a hike in Little Mashel River waterfall.|
|The view there was absolutely gorgeous! Recommended!|
|I went back to my busy busy study days afterwards.|
|They were taken at Little Mashel River waterfall|