Let me start by saying that film is dead for amateur photography. The photos I took below are from my nice 35mm Minolta SLR camera. It's a much better camera than my digicam, and it was a joy taking pictures with it. The reason why film is dead is this. The film took over a week to be developed, and it cost $14 for only 24 shots + a CD. That's highway robbery, especially considering how long they took to come back.
Moving on, here are some photos from a Padres game on May 15, 2005, and some photos of my new apartment.
The Padres new park is nice:
It's built on an old rail yard, of course:
My new Mesa apartment, which will save me lots on rent over where I was before: