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Past present futureThis photo was shot on film. Taken by kylewis with a Pinhole Blender 120 loaded with Kodak T400CN expired film in Sheerness beach and Devonshire Rd Nature reserve, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: pinhole blender 120, multiple pinhole, multiple exposure, long exposures, blended images, devonshire road nature reserve, bee keepers, bees, bee keeping, archaic, analogue, pinhole, vintage, overlap, kylewis, 120, c41process, b&w, bellis perrennis, daisy, dandelion, nature reserve, kodakt400cn, and sheerness beach. This photo can also be found in the album Pinhole Blender 120 beach and reserve archaic views!.
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A stretch of beach where I grew up and a place that I still visit, this time with my family.…