I have film, but I don't use it terribly often. But every time I get film back from the developer, it's a little surprise that's been waiting for months to be opened! Recently I sent two rolls of Holga film to my usual specialty film developers, Dorian Color Lab in Arlington, MA. Within a week I got my film back in the mail, and it was beautiful!
This film had been unfinished for months. The first shots were from a year ago on Block Island, with half the roll taken in Baja this past March and the most recent frames from Buttonwood Farm in Connecticut just a few weeks ago. I was overjoyed to finally see these photos developed, it's always a bit of a surprise! The palms brought back fresh memories of the Baja coast and are probably my favorites on the whole roll.
See all the shots from my Holga in a dedicated section of my Photography Catalog.