first i have to say thank you thank you thank you to meg who told me about cross processing, pointed me to different films, and offered to have my roll developed. seriously? who is that nice? meg i guess. so cross processing, are you scratching your head? what is it? it means to process color slide film in chemicals for regular photography, or conversely regular film in chemicals for slide film. and what does that do for you? well it gives you all this super saturated color and a bit of graininess and is just plain cool in my opinion. i shot a roll of 36 on our trip to minneapolis and honestly i thought for sure none of them would come out. i was really bummed. yesterday my film showed up from meg (thank you again!) and wow wow! i was so excited! i have been having so much fun playing with my film camera, it feels so good to learn something new. maybe next i will tackle some true black & white? well, lets not get crazy. if you are interested, you can see the whole roll here, i am sure there is some flickr etiquette that you only upload a few pictures at a time, but i couldnt help it. i had to put up all of them. oh well.