Meagan and I spent 3 days on the "Golden Coast" before heading to Mississippi to spend Christmas with my family. I was able to shoot a lot of film. I've just about finished up my b&w developing, with a several rolls and sheets of color film left to do.
Here's a variety of 4x5 shots first. Here is two views of the lighthouse on St. Simon's Island, both using the Nikkor 120mm f/8 lens:
This is right behind the lighthouse. Taken with the 47mm XL:
Now here is a shot from the Christ Church cemetery, with the 210mm f/5.6 Symmar-S:
The next day we went to Jekyll Island. Here is a shot of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel, and a cottage right down the road from it. Both with the 120mm lens again:
We also did a lot of exploring and I shot several rolls with my Yashicamat. Here's some shots from a variety of places, all either on Pan F+ or T-Max 100:
Finally, these last few are from Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island. The panorama was made with three different shots:
That's all for now.