this past weekend i met up with some photographer friends to do a pinhole exploration of seattle, including a few folks from portland who came up to join our little seattle group.

starting in west seattle we took the water taxi to the seattle waterfront. from there we made our way to the lovely smith tower. smith tower (wiki) was completed in 1914 and until the space needle was erected, it remained the tallest building on the west coast.


for a small fee you can ride the fantastic, ornate, manually operated elevators to the top, where there’s an obsveration deck with quite a view of the waterfront and surrounding buildings.

this is a handful of images from the fuji x100s, as i still have to get my film to the lab for processing. so look out for some pinhole images soon (i hope they come out!)