Continuing with my renewed interest in TTV photography, here are some shots made on Lake Calhoun, near sunset. Many characters roamed around the farmer's market downtown today, but I was distracted by food and didn't return to work on visuals, and portraiture didn't catch my fancy at this location.
A story, however: Training wheels in place, a child pedaled her first bike next to her jogging daddy. He told her it was good exercise for her legs. She replied that it was also exercise for her arms. Amused, he asked why. "Because I'm holding on so tight!"
Top image shows a fifty percent desaturation, while the bottom photograph--ghostly implying that, yes, people were wandering around--is tinted a slight six percent warm monochrome.
Gear: Nikon D90, Nikkor AFD 50mm f/1.4, Yashica-D, manfrotto legs/head, cardboard square tube (this enables shooting the TLR's viewfinder with the DSLR and earns curious looks from passersby)