During our recent visits to Los Angeles to clean out the stuff from my old place, I found an old desktop computer that I hadn't booted up since early 2006 or so. On it were some scans of some negatives I shot a few years ago, when I was primarily shooting film. I still shoot with film cameras, though not nearly as much as I used to since digital is more convenient for me on my frequent travels. However, I do love using film and looking at old images I've created help me remember just how much.
This image of the New York New York Casino was shot in 2003 in Las Vegas with a Holga. Holgas are medium-format, cheap plastic cameras with plastic lenses that yield images with soft focus, vignetting, and light leaks. They're really fun for creating artistic, sometimes weird images.
The image was scanned as a negative so it looks backwards, but I didn't bother reversing it. I think it looks a little more surreal this way.