I've recently just returned to film photography after wandering down the digital path for too many years. I've broken out my old Pentax SV, two Nikons (FM and FE) and even started learning to use a new, to me, but used 4x5. My wife and I just returned from a week's vacation in Michigan's UP (we go every year, love it up there). I decided that this trip would be entirely B&W film, no color, no digital. In readying things I came across my old Olympus XA2 and thought, what the heck, why not take it as well. In all the cameras I shot either TMAX 100 or 400. I started to develop the 35mm rolls taken with the Olympus first and I must say, I was pleasently surprised. Though the only control one has is the zone focus, which has a great deal of flexibility it is still a capable and handy little camera. It was my "carry along" on the motorcycle 25 years ago, when load space was at a premium. Below are some of the shots taken around Lake Superior and Nordine's in Bergland (closest thing to a grocery store on the Lake). One other aside and not related, as I was filing the negatives I noticed something in the back cover pocket. It was material prepared by Howard Bond for a class of his I took many, many years ago. It included a flowchart for printing, a page on pre-exposure, two developer processing, water bath printing and how-to's on selenium toning. Neat find!