Sunday, August 31, 2014

Sunday Early Edition

Or "I'm Going to Get Some Burritos."
Which ever you like.
So yesterday, while I was out cruising for some mangos, I also had my FT66 pinhole camera with me.
I had used it about a week before, when I was testing out that Pony camera, and had a couple of leftover frames to shoot.
You, the reader, remember the FT66:

The shots from last week:

I like this camera for it's easy to double expose.
In fact I can rewind the whole roll and reshoot it if I desire.
I think I'm getting the hang of shooting it; no more weeble wobble blur.
Yesterday's shots:

I missed that last shot.
I meant to get the sun just behind the top of the building, but with no viewfinder I had to guess.
No such luck.
I think some of those shots are amazing, especially since no glass was used.
On the way back to the Flat Tire Command Center (FTCC), I started thinking about getting something to eat.
I pass by this place all the time, but usually on my out or late at night and it's already closed:

According to the sign they are in their 29 year and yep,  they've been there for as long as I can remember.
So I decided to give them a try.
Lemme just say that I got pretty high burrito standards.
Cisco's Cantina in Kailua, which is no longer there, had the burritos which all other burritos will be compared to.
I ordered mine ala carte:

On the menu it says you can sort of customize if you like, but for my first time I decided to go simple; just some green and red.
It was awesome.
I would have eaten two if it wasn't so big.
The shredded beef was nicely marinated and there was just enough cheese for flavor.
Next time some rojo sauce and more of the red and green.
Hell next time might just be today.
Anyways, I got some plans, you know, the kind where they never happen, so I better get packed up and a rolling.
Don't want to waste the day lest some laziness drills overcome me.
If you know what I mean.


Andrew Cooper said...

Yup, gotta know where the good burrito places are. In Kona there is a good place back in the industrial park called Killer Tacos. So much better and so much cheaper than the tourist places a few blocks away.

limom said...

Killer Tacos.
Note taken.

Chandra said...

The burrito looks good.
Sorry I can't pay attention to them darn photos after looking at this beautiful burrito :)
Just kiddin'
Peace :)