An unexpected day off last week led to exploring an abandoned mill in South Carolina. I was alone, and it was too spooky to go inside, but hopefully I’ll go back soon on a sunny day to check out the inside.
Played with my vintage Pentax 50mm 1.4 that came with a film camera. More on the film camera later. Much later.
I shot all of these wide open, so the images are a little blurry. Okay, they’re really blurry. When it warms up I’ll play around outside with this lens again, and hopefully I’ll get some sharper images after stopping down. I really like this lens. It’s easy to handle and it focuses so smoothly. I love the bokeh, and hopefully it’s just as dreamy at higher apertures.
Global pandemic aside, 2020 has been a hell of a year. To add to the craziness, the new hobbies, the personal growth ventures and goals, and the challenges, I decided to adopt a cat! Meet Mulatu. He found me at a “cat cafe” in Brevard, NC. I named him after an Ethiojazz artist I’m really fond of. His name means “complete” or “full”, and like Mulatu Astatke, kitty Mulatu jumped around quite a bit before finding where he needs to be. Welcome home, Mulatu.
Enjoy the cute kitty pics! 🙂