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Before Meg and I hit the studio so I could shoot her we went to Scorpion Gulch. It's great because it is such a versatile location. It looks like the Southwest and it offers tons of texture and architecture opportunities. Turn around, and you're facing desert landscapes. It's gorgeous! I broke in my Pentax Auto 110 and took a few snaps of Meg. She was putting her AE-1 through it's paces and shooting the first half of our MX roll with a Holga.

bcartwright This photo was shot on film. Taken by bcartwright with a Pentax Auto 110 loaded with Agfa 110 (expired) film in Phoenix, United States. These tags describe this photo: scorpion gulch, outdoors, ruins, buildings, desert, expired film, 110, mini slr, friend, and arizona. Date: 2011-04-29. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Meg at Scorpion Gulch.

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