You know that kind of snow: in no hurry to get anywhere, not sure which way is up snow, fallout snow. Jellyfish snow, suspended in its own universe. The snow that reminds you what it means to sneeze and cough because you have a cold and stuffed head and though you wish you didn’t, you probably wouldn’t remember the snow in quite the same way. So good. Cough and sniff and hey you have cheeks, and ears that snow is finding. You should have dressed for this probably.
Back from Japan, happy to be going through rolls of film and digital, too. These were taken with either a Contax G2 + Kodak Elite Chrome 100 ISO or a Mamiya 7 II camera and Portra 400 film.
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