From 1981. Taken on my mom's Pentax SLR (which I couldn't use any more even if I still had it because I can't focus a split-ring due to my vision -- that or I'd need coke-bottle-bottom glasses to do so.) I have the film negatives still. I think. But no prints, so this is taken from the contact sheet. And yes, this is the living room of the house I grew up in. Identify the following: Analog digital clock Louvered glass windows Suitably erudite reading materials Slide-selector
I guess Dan was right. I just had to wait until I felt like it. Today's post inspired by ANNIHILATOR (1986), a not-good, but interesting pilot for a TERMINATOR rip-off television series shot in and around LA of the period. And then it gets kinda interesting and wild and probably could have gone places. Anyways, the Bonaventure was featured in a couple quick shots. Here's a photo I took of the place in 2016.
San Diego, 2002. Though I don't trust that date. Probably 2001, maybe even the year before. Guy I knew from my job in LA moved down to downtown San Diego where I was living at the time. Built a lamp for his place out of empty pill bottles. Kinda neat, really. Taken with the Kodak DC290.
2004, the Isotope in the Sunset Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. I think this was taken early on in the evening of the Isotope Awards ceremony/party. Probably one of the first times I ever visited the shop. James (Sime) and I both have more gray hair now than then, but the love of comics still endures.