Okay, so the real story: we bought some snapper from Costco earlier this week, and baked it. The fish was a little bit 'fishy' smelling prior to cooking, but tasted fantastic afterwards. Except now the house still smells like fish. Four. Days. Later. Someone get me a can of gasoline and a lighter, it's time to start fresh. No half measures.
Just kidding. Using an insurance fire to get rid of a fish smell is dumb like that guy who called in a bomb threat on his wedding day because he forgot to book the venue and didn't want to admit it to his wife. True story, even I can't make this shit up.
Anyways, completely unrelated: Winter is coming (the 20cm of snow says so), and what better time than to hunker down and post some film scans from last winter, when Anita and I spent a few days in Seoul, Korea. These were all shot in or around Gyeongbokgung (the Royal Palace of the Joseon Dynasty). It was fricking cold out (mostly cause we'd spent a month acclimatizing to the heat and humidity of 'Nam), but the blue skies and pure whites of their snow were pretty spectacular scenes.
Colour photos taken with a Kiev 88CM, on Kodak Ektar 100. Dried fish photo taken with a Holga 120N on Ilford XP2 Super 400.
Have a great weekend, folks. Stay warm.