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Good things do not last forever and also for my P&S film camera has arrived that moment. Alas I've lost many shots, most of them were out of focus or totally black.



















It's over.

[amarianute]

Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must, just never give up [D.K.], that's the joy of an analogue day.

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During the winter season the mountains have plenty of snow and there are few opportunities for hiking or running so I spend my spare time running up and around in a small town, a fortress in the shape of a 9 pointed star [alas I can't fly but believe me, the town seen from above is a perfect star], and I've thought it deserved some photos. I can't hide I felt a bit foolish while I was running with the OM-1 strapped to my chest but who cares, good mood counts more than everything else.























[Shot at @80 ASA. It could be better @ 100 ASA ]. Uhm, things are getting boring without mountains photos!

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In olden times I was looking for a pocketable film camera to bring with me in the mountains and I was suggested a Minolta Riva Zoom 75w for its rather interesting wideangle lens [28mm f/3.5]. I have used it a lot and despite of its cons it has always worked like a charm for my humble needs. It's a pity to leave this camera on the shelf so I've decided to give it another try before starting to look for a wideangle lens for my OM-1 [e.g. a Zuiko Auto-W MC 28mm f/2.8 lens]. Here are some photographs taken at 28mm.



























Not that bad so it's better to save money and start using what I already own in case I needed a wideangle lens. You know, the less stuff you have the better you use what you already own [and the less money you need to enjoy]. Btw, next time I will cheat the camera by modifying the DX code...