Time Capsule

Way back when the pandemic started I decided to load some film and take photos of my kids remote schooling and other things as we were all suck at home together. I figured it would be a nice project to work on until things got better. I’ve been having problems for a while getting into the photography groove again and hoped this would help.

Yeah I know. Things never got better. Yes the kids made it back to school for  relatively normal year but I never got into a groove. Still haven’t really. I forgot about my roll in 2020 and only picked it up to kill it a couple months ago. Then I found out that the place where I used to develop film had shut down during the pandemic and had to find a new one.

Was a lot of fun to finally see my pictures though. I haven’t had a  proper time capsule like this in decades.

Covid_Walter3
Covid_Walter4
Covid_Ros
Covid_Boys3
Covid_Tomas3
Covid_Tomas4

I also discovered that I did take my camera out a couple times in summer 2020 and winter 2020/21 even though I’d completely forgotten doing so.

Broadmead
Lake
ButlerSnow2
ButlerSnow4
TextileSnow

And the last couple of shots killing the roll this year.

DnR1
DnR2
DnR3
DnR4
Reston2
Reston1

Author: Nick Vossbrink

Blogging about Photography, Museums, Printing, and Baseball Cards from both Princeton New Jersey and the San Francisco Bay Area. On Twitter as @vossbrink, WordPress at njwv.wordpress.com, and the web at vossbrink.net

2 thoughts on “Time Capsule”

  1. That’s cool that you captured your children’s distance learning experience on film. It’ll be fun to look back on those and reminisce when they are adults. It seems like a week doesn’t pass without a distance learning conversation popping up in my classroom or staff meeting.

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