Thursday, August 14th... I loaded the M4-2 with BW400CN film and went to the Farmer's Market in DeKalb. Here's what I came back with: a nice series of people shots exposed with the lens as open as the light allowed it (mostly at 1/1000, between f5.6 and f8). The baker admired my camera while his customers silently shopped. I couldn't help to tell him that what he called an "antique" was actually made in the seventies. I guess the idea of antique pretty much rests in the eye of the beholder.
After the market and doing some errands, I returned home. Later, we played with our cats. Mimi was especially receptive...
On Saturday, we took the train to Chicago in the company of Corina, a colleague from Argentina. We went for lunch at Lou Mitchell's, a Chicago institution, when I suddently ran ouf of frames.
At least not all was lost: I had some spare film.
More to come soon!