I know it's about ratings and extreme footage, but it used to be about learning too. And true conservation. Not this generic "oh hey we care about the environment" spiel thrown in at the end of an episode. I'm also bummed about how many cameras have been fed to the sharks over the last 25 years. Shark Week needs to step it up. Accept the challenge, Discovery.
Even though Shark Week was a bummer, I still cannot wait to get in the water and go diving with those amazing creatures. Maybe South Africa 2014??
So, now that I'm living back with my two BFF's and nearly unpacked, I decided to bring back Fridge Queries! Just check it out, you won't be disappointed. Like I was with Shark Week.
Last week also happened to be 'roidweek 2012. If you know me even a little bit, you know I'm a big believer in film. I had a bunch of first run Color Shade PX70 from the Impossible Project that I wanted to experiment with. The images didn't turn out like any instant photos I'd seen before, and that's what's cool about it right? I love pushing the limits of film to see what happens. Even the awesome folks over at Impossible Project thought these were unique, and are sending me more packs of expired film to play with and report back the results!