The Great Transatlantic Pinhole Camera made the long journey from Jesus in Barcelona to my home in Seattle just two months ago. I got a little nervous when Jesus informed me the camera had been sent in February and a month later I still hadn’t received notice of delivery.
Thank goodness luck was on our side and about a week later a USPS notice appeared on my door. I drove to the post office and picked up a square box which rattled and made a noise like a child’s toy when the post officer placed it on the table. Inside the box was the camera, a few ziploc bags filled with 3D printed goodies, a notebook (gasp!) and a big magnet about Norfolk. I added a Seattle magnet from my fridge.
I shot Jesus’ exposed roll around Seattle, during dim sum with friends, then took it on the journey with me back to Barcelona where I would meet Jesus and friends for pinhole day. I thought I was exposing the roll correctly, but as I look at the developed roll I can see that only a few were double exposed.
Here’s one from my overnight in the London borough of Hounslow.
Another image was taken at Heathrow, somewhere.
Mostly, I enjoyed peeking into the everyday things from Jesus’ day so I’m including a few more images below.
Cheers and see you online!