One of the neighboring towns has a quaint little ‘downtown’ area. I hadn’t been through this part of town in a while since there is a quicker way to drive when I need to go towards the shore. I hadn’t noticed that the afternoon sun was rather perfect for this area, and I had gone on a drive to find some subjects for the project. I had my Hasselblad 500C/M with a Zeiss Planar 80mm/2.8 t* lens and loaded with Fuji Neopan Acros 100. Developed in Rodinal 1+25 for 6.5 minutes. I used a yellow filter and hood from my Mamiya (oh the heresy) and just held it to the front of the lens. The Hassy has a bayonet mount for filters and I haven’t gotten an adapter yet for all my screw-on filters.