A stroll down memory lane.
I have a box full of photography stuff and in it were 3 rolls of undeveloped Fujicolor Superia. I couldn't remember what occasions I'd used the film for, so I sent one roll off with my Redscale to be developed and was surprised to find images I'd taken over a year ago. This roll held pictures from when I went to school in San Antonio and some of the adventures I had exploring the small patch of woods behind my apartment complex. My time in San Antonio can be summed up in the emotion conveyed in these photos: joy, simplicity, and a thirst for adventure. 

 lovely lovely light leaks


A mistake on the photo department's part, but what a lovely mistake it is. My only regret is that I'm not able to see the two images separately until I decide to get them printed again.  

A surprising image. Perhaps the last photo on the roll? 
My second ever batch of Redscale XR film, taken over the span of about 2-3 months. 
These came out so much better than my first attempt and I'm thankful for that. It's so hard to resist using up the film immediately in order to get them developed and see the results, but somehow I manage to persevere.

All of these are SOOC (straight out of the camera) taken at various ISO and shutter speeds.