The ten photos you see here are faces I have collected over the past two summers. The toad is a resident of Virginia and the bison lives in Wyoming, but ambles along as if he got his drivers license in England. I took the black and white photo in Washington State with an old OM2n film camera, recorded it on Tri-X 400 and processed it at a lab in Bellingham Washington called, “Positive-Negative”. Jason owns the lab, rents it by the hour, has four enlargers, chemicals, print drier and most anything else you need. He is working on adding color-processing capabilities and also gives lessons in film developing and pinhole photography. It’s great to have a rental darkroom in town and a helpful owner like Jason.