Anyway, I've finally gotten to the point here where I can start developing and scanning film again. It's far from ideal — I have to develop sitting on the shower floor — but it's at least doable. I don't know of any place that will develop medium-format colour film in Okinawa, but the Kamera no Kitamura chain will accept it and send it to the mainland for processing. Good enough.
I've only just started looking at the pictures from our Golden Week vacation in Osaka; meanwhile, here's what I've managed to take over the past winter here in Okinawa. They really look better large, so please click through for larger versions.
Arrival. Naha Airport.
Kilns in Kawaramachi district, Naha.
Resting spot in the kimono sellers quarter of Makishi market.
Naha side street.
The Convention Center in Ginowan.
A wintery beach in Ginowan.
"Bar Kiriko". Old entertainment area in Naha.
Abandoned car near Kokusai street.
Gasoline stand, Naha.