The Main Lodge Interior 1950's
I got to stay at the main lodge with the owner while my family stayed in one of the cabins (that didn't have enough beds:). So one night set up my Bronica on a tripod along with two tungsten flood lights to brighten the dark interior. Even though the Ektachrome EPT 160t film expired in 1999 the slides came out wonderfully. Just a little lacking in the blacks (easily corrected in CS5). The owner described to my how ever little knick knack has a story behind it and that much of the decor hasn't changed since the 1960s ! What a wonderful place full of history.Taken by marcus_loves_film with a Bronica SQ-Ai loaded with Kodak Ektachrome 160T EPT film in Woodruff, United States. These tags describe this photo: expired film, e-6, antiques, interior, tungsten, reversal process, expired 1999, 50mm, 80mm, trinkets, books, lamp, historical, and museum. Date: 2012-08-02. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album No. 24 & 24 Wisconsin 2012 .
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