I decided to shoot on July Fourth for my One Roll, One Day photo project on film thinking there would be a bunch of new and exciting things to capture. And there were some fun memories made, for sure. But most days have been pretty basic since early spring, even the holidays. We started the morning slow, as usual on holidays and weekends. Later that afternoon we had a little cookout with our next door neighbors who have been our quaran-team for the past four months. The kids splashed in the pool, we ate great food, and we enjoyed a bonfire and sparklers; all the quintessential Fourth of July traditions. It may not have been exactly the way we pictured spending this holiday earlier in the year, but it turned out pretty great, nonetheless!
I’ve been feeling a little uninspired lately shooting the same things/places all the time being stuck at home. But, luckily, we are visiting some family in August, and I’m excited for a change of scenery!
Be sure to check out the One Roll, One Day July rolls from some of my film-shooting friends! To follow the blog circle, click here to go see Amy’s project roll!
If you haven’t been keeping up with my One Roll, One Day photo project on film and you’d like to see my rolls from the previous few months, here they are! January | February | March | April | May | June
Camera + film info:
Nikon F100 // Kodak Gold 200 // developed and scanned by Nelson Photo.