In early January, I promised my dear readers the opportunity to gauge my experimenting with a box camera named Clicks. Under the generous advice of my darling friend JMCS, I was able to, somewhat-successfully, take pictures with it. The first round got a bit of light exposure, but there are some visible images: they just have their own flavor. Apparently, when a Kodak gives you instructions on the interior of the camera that advises only a specific size spool of film, you sincerely must adhere strictly to it. Otherwise, you’ll suffer a fate of thumb blisters in desperate attempts to turn the spooling knob… like yours truly! If it says no 120, don’t do it! It’s thumb suicide! Anyway, this nifty little camera has had quite a bit of fun in its first months. Until next season, here are the first photographs of the second life of Clicks the camera. Cheers!