A while back, Courtney and I planned a trip to D.C. I had never been and was excited to get some museum time in. She also told me that she had a surprise which had something to do with the trip. In true fashion, she can't keep and secret and started giving me hints and I eventually guessed what the surprise was.
On the last day of the trip, she had booked a round trip flight from Baltimore to Boston, and during the middle of the day, had reserved a seat at the Leica Store of Boston for the A Pain View book singing and lecture by my favorite photographer, Jason Lee. World's best girlfriend award.
I brought with me a few rolls of Tri-x and Fuji Neopan Acros 100, but primarily brought Fuji Superia XTRA 400 because B&H had Superia on sale for $2.79 a roll. This was an attempt to practice shooting, developing, scanning, and editing color negative film which I have always steered away from.
The first day. Took a quick peak around before returning to the AirBNB for the night as we had drove from Kentucky and didn’t arrive till mid day.
Courtney at the Botanical Gardens with an Olympus Stylus Infiniti.
Inside the Hirshhorn Art Museum. Spro at Dolcezza in the lobby.
Creepy and very life like.
Later that evening. Walked to The Wharf District and ate dinner.
Im a USPS fan.
The next morning. Another Dolcezza location for some morning spro and a bite.
Walked to the National Mall and did all the tourist things.
Georgetown in the evening.
Next morning we returned to Georgetown for spro at Blue Bottle.
National Museum of the American Indian
National Air and Space Museum
Later on evening, we drove to Baltimore and stayed in a hotel by the airport. The next AM, we left from BMI and flew to Boston.
Ignore the scan lines.
Took a taxi to the Boston Commons. More spro at George Howell in the Godfrey Hotel.
Walking around Boston was very nice. Refreshing after coming from D.C.
Ton of tasteful cars driving around.
Then eventually ran into a small car meet.
Later that day, we ended up at the Leica Store of Boston for the signing. Lazily never flipped this image.
So stoked for this. Court and I got the book signed and had a small chat with Jason Lee.
Flew back to Baltimore later that evening, and eventually drove back to Lexington later the next day,
Baltimore Airport. Midnight
Thanks for giving the post a look. A Carolina's trip will be up soon.