I'm getting down to the last of my Fuji Acros film and that makes me a bit melancholy. Acros is a fine grain, dependable and easy to use black and white film that's never let me down even when my camera's meter is off a bit, as is the case with my Leica R5. The Leica is going in for meter calibration and general CLA later this year. Before she goes in for some spa time, I loaded up some Acros and took a walk through the displays at the Pacific Coast Air Museum at the Sonoma County Charles M. Schulz Airport.
It was a warm afternoon. Wasps love old airplanes and I was chased away when I got too close to this old radial engine.
There are a number of world class wineries not far from the airport. Couldn't resist stopping to get off a shot or two and buy a nice bottle of wine for dinner.