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a storm of tungsten

10 comments

  1. palepony

    palepony

    :O

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  2. shela_angel

    shela_angel

    love the contrast!

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  3. lookingthrough

    lookingthrough

    great!

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  4. megs79

    megs79

    this is cool!

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  5. ohlordy

    ohlordy

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  6. muhamad_haiz_shamsudin

    muhamad_haiz_shamsudin

    Yeah man, talk about being at the right place, time and having a camera to capture it. Awesome!

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  7. ndambaek

    ndambaek

    very nice!

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  8. ohlordy

    ohlordy

    thanks @muhamad_haiz_shamsudin you got it!

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  9. ohlordy

    ohlordy

    thanks @ndambaek

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  10. goatofrocketh

    goatofrocketh

    This is really great.

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a storm of tungsten

right place right time... walking down the beach one evening when a crazy storm rolled in and a airforce acrobatic display erupted across the sky... my horizon was loaded with some expired kodak 160t that the awesome @trw gave me, the dark and stormy nature of the film goes spot on with the rad display in the sky

ohlordy This photo was shot on film. Taken by ohlordy with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Kodak Ektachrome 160T EPT film in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand. These tags describe this photo: airforce, planes, sand, rainbows, clouds, storm, cross processed, x-pro, xpro, 35mm, kodak, ektachrome, tungsten, expired, panorama, perfekt, and horizon. Date: 2013-04. Time: Dusk. This photo can also be found in the album a storm of tungsten.