” I chanced upon footprints after footprints that I’ve left all over the internet…”
I happened upon this WordPress account while trying to create a new one – I’ve quite obviously forgotten that I’ve already created a blog here back in 2008. I’ve already deleted my previous attempt at blogging, primarily due to the fact that it looked more like a revolution manifesto than a blog, and didn’t have any content worth keeping. However, while creating Pens & Shutters, I also chanced upon footprints after footprints that I’ve left all over the internet, some of which I’d rather forget.
Nonetheless, I’ve rediscovered some gems I thought I lost long ago when I had to build a new PC rig from the ground up. (Come on, I was abandoning a Pentium 4 in the year Sandy Bridge processors were already widespread.) Thankfully, I’ve regained access to one of my Flickr accounts. However, given my propensity to create accounts and forget about them, I couldn’t even figure out which email address I used for my other, older account.
I’ve instead decided to share what are perhaps some of the oldest photos I’ve ever taken. All of these were shot with my Canon EOS 10QD and an 18-55mm stock lens, but I can’t share any EXIF data since I used film and never took notes. I used to have my rolls developed and converted to digital form at Digiprint.