This is from a couple of years ago but is currently still my favorite. I like to photograph covered bridges (quite rare in my area) and water-powered mills (not uncommon in my area). This photo of Mabry Mill on the Blue Ridge Parkway (the most photographed water-powered mill in the country) was shot in a mode that I call "artistic image" because in a realistic image the weathered gray wood looked too dull. Pentax K-70, Pentax-DA 18-270mm at 48mm, f9, ISO 5000, 1/160 sec, Hoya Sepia B filter, 21-Apr-2019.
My ME is on my desk loaded. I purchased it in 1979 and used it for 30 years. Ran hundreds of rolls through it and it keeps on clicking. Since I shoot nikon d850 professionally, the 1990's lenses and the zeiss and voigtlander lenses work on a couple of nikon film bodies. So many cameras, so little time.