Thanks to a Reddit user for pointing out this is Portland, MAINE and that the photos may be less than a year old based on public art.
1 Roll of Kodak TMAX 100 black & white film with almost a full set of photos (32).
Camera is unknown
The very first image looks like a selfie, except it’s an odd angle to be able to hold the camera. From this image though, it looks like they’re in a thrift store, and the next few images look like outside of the store. I think it’d be funny if they bought the camera then started taking pictures right away, but that’s conjecture at best.
Just by the fancy handheld massage device behind him you can guess it’s after 2000.
I can relate to this photographer’s love for architecture. They seem to have an affinity to brick, metal, and rust like I do.
A business woman stands on the street with a cellphone in hand. Several clues as to where and when this was shot are in this single photo. She has a cell phone, so we can guess it’s after 2000 by its size. There are also several signs visible. A speed limit of 30 miles and a United States Postal Box narrow this down to America. I can also see a sign that says “snow hauling” so I can probably figure this isn’t the deep south. Also, Pearl Street is visible.
This next revealing photo shows we’re on the coast! The ship in view is the Carnival Glory. This ship was completed in 2003. It’s permanent dry dock as of 2009 is Miami. Because we saw the snow route I’m guessing this isn’t Miami. With that we’ve narrowed the date to in between those times.
In the right hand corner you can see a sign says: The African Center for Sacred Arts” and a quick Google search reveals this shop is located in Portland, Oregon!
A theater sign reads “October 25″
Old street lamps are awesome!
Sometimes I get the impression he’s on a photo walk. You can see he’s sometimes with one or two others and in one of these shots of the market, you can see another photographer.
Legalize Marijuana papers on the table with what looks like a signature sheet on a clip board. These photos are probably taken closer to 2009 than 2003.
The photographer ends the roll with some architecture shots. There aren’t bad either!
The photographer, assuming it’s the gentleman in the first photo, is a male in his early to mid 30’s. He could be local, but I get the tourist impression from these downtown photos capturing the architecture and the locals.
I’m 90% sure these were shot in Portland, Oregon between 2003 and 2009. Likely closer to 2009 based on cell phones, the cruise ship’s history, and the petition papers.