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Driving across Joshua Tree National Park

14 comments

  1. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    Vintage !

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  2. grazie

    grazie

    @gauthierdumonde thanks!!! The film looks like it is melting too :D

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  3. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    Love it <3

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  4. vici

    vici

    this photograph looks like it's 100 years old.

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  5. why-yu

    why-yu

    cool

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  6. nia_ffm

    nia_ffm

    love this!

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  7. grazie

    grazie

    @vici haha yes it looks really old and it is melting too (upper left side) :)

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  8. grazie

    grazie

    thanks so much @why-yu and @nia_ffm

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  9. vici

    vici

    I really like that melting texture. How did that happen?

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  10. grazie

    grazie

    @vici I don't really know. Maybe since it is expired (2000) and also the heat.

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  11. satomi

    satomi

    Nice.

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  12. jean_louis_pujol

    jean_louis_pujol

    wonderful B&w photo!!!!

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  13. japsix

    japsix

    LOVE this shot!

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  14. lomo-nina

    lomo-nina

    such a great photo!

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Driving across Joshua Tree National Park

Gave the belair another chance....at the desert exclusively using 6x12...f/16 for all...redscale set at iso 100.

grazie Taken by grazie with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 City Slicker (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Verichrome Pan 127 film in Joshua Tree, United States. These tags describe this photo: cn, medium format, 120, analogue, analog, socal, mojave desert, joshua tree, california, weekend, film, panorama, dry, arid, hot, belair, and desert. This photo can also be found in the album Belair visits the Mojave Desert.