Finally finished scanning my pinhole and Hasselblad images from the mini vacation to the Seattle area.
We stayed in the Ballard area of N. Seattle and visited the beach and marina where several scenes from the movie “Sleepless in Seattle” were filmed. People were enjoying the last days of summer.
The next day we drove north to Edmonds and hopped on the ferry that took us over to Kingston. The first thing we did was to stop at a rocky beach to get out and stretch our legs. Looking down at the ground we discovered a perfect shell which led to more and more perfect shells. I’ve never found so many unbroken shells on an Oregon beach so we filled up some zip lock bags, usually reserved for exposed film, and carefully packed them away. It was then off to our next overnight stop in Poulsbo………
(all these photos were taken with film, either my Hasselblad 500 or my Zero Image pinhole)