Sometimes you go out to shoot with the best intentions. You have your film loaded, you feel great, but once out there on the street, you come up empty. Either you miss the focus, or perhaps the exposure, but more often it is a simple fact that nothing special occurs. You shoot out the roll anyway and hope for the best. The film I used was Lomography 400 color film shot at 400 under rainy and cloudy skies which created a need for using wide open apertures. Better to shoot and get nothing special than not shoot at all. I used the Nikon FM2 and the Nikkor 50mm F2 Lens. The film was developed by Panda Lab in Seattle.