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The spring wind function of the camera continues to malfunction. Lomo 135 M camera with 35mm Kodachrome (K-14) film processed by Dwayne's Photo 1/25/2011. One of the last Kodochrome rolls EVER developed in history! Scanned with my Epson V700 and my new Digitaliza mask.This photo was shot on film. Taken by mylatehope with a Lomo 135 BC and 135M loaded with Kodak Kodachrome film in Newport, RI, United States. These tags describe this photo: kodachrome, k14, k-14, dwaynes, slide, slide film, discontinued, last rolls, film, digital liza, digitaliza, paul simon, color, color slide, blur, sprockets, sprocket holes, mansion, sound of music, expired, expired film, lomo 135m, and lomo 135 m. Date: 2010-12. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Death of Kodachrome.