52 Cameras: # 103 — Olympus Trip Junior

I always forget something. There is a little twirly film advance indicator above the flash-ready light. If you have a Trip Jr., pay attention to it. I took this camera with me on a recent trip and got nothing. I had accidentally hit rewind at some point and the film wasn’t advancing. The camera still makes motor noise so the only way to be sure is to look at the advance indicator. On the plus side, rewind on this camera leaves a bit of film out of the canister so I was able to reuse the film.

Goober in the window.  A little color correction for the bluish old Kodak.

Goober in the window. A little color correction for the bluish old Kodak.

Santa Fe River stocked with rainbow trout.

Santa Fe River stocked with rainbow trout.

At minimum focus (1m) there's no leeway for things like Zoe jumping down at the last second.

At minimum focus (1m) there’s no leeway for things like Zoe jumping down at the last second.

Monster developing session overflow in my office closet.  I rotated to get the hanging film vertical.  I like the background -- it looks like a film ad or something.

Monster developing session overflow in my office closet. I rotated to get the hanging film vertical. I like the background — it looks like a film ad or something.