Camera Phone Solution
I did the math. My camera phone costs $0.25/image to use, which, multiply that by 24 is about the cost of having a roll of film developed. Ever since I acquired then camera phone, I have avoided using it because I figured I would go overboard and it would cost me more than I wanted to spend.
But, after I had a look at the real cost involved, I decided, what the hell.
So, the image quality is less than great, but here are few recent adventures.
Before I climbed the fence and ignored the NO TRESPASSING sign, I noticed a wall of steel painted like a subway in NYC. At the end of the wall, was a posting placed there by the owner of the wall, granting permission to those who paint the wall.
So I meant to hang out at the river this weekend and decided to use a different access (or, what I thought was an access) than I usually use. Needless to say, there was no access. What I found instead was the old Prescot Lumber Mill, closed down in the 1970′s. Abandoned buildings. Heaven.
“Toy” was a switchbox on the ground in a building meant to house flatbed trucks as they loaded and unloaded lumber for the mills.
More photos forthcoming.