Film Photography: Backstreets of Tiny St. Michaels, MD on Fuji Astia 100 Slide Film

I took a short walk in St. Michaels, Maryland over the Thanksgiving holiday. It's a beautiful town and I've spent most of my time on the river side of things, since that's where our family lives. But once you cross Talbott Street, it's a different town. And you can also find some neat things (luckily the anchor was too big for me to carry home) behind the Cheasapeake Maritime Museum if you poke around a little bit. Here are a handful of shots from a roll of Fuji Astia slide film. I also shot a roll of Fuji Reala that I'll post on Wednesday.

Red Leaves in the Wind, St. Michaels, Maryland, Fuji Astia 100

Huge Rusting Anchor, St. Michaels, Maryland, Fuji Astia 100

Fading Red Door, St. Michaels, Maryland, Fuji Astia 100

Busted Old House by the Cemetery, St. Michaels, Maryland, Fuji Astia 100

Busted Old House by the Cemetery, Front View, St. Michaels, Maryland, Fuji Astia 100

Shots taken with my Hasselblad 501cm and a Zeiss Planar 80mm f2.8 lens.