Warren Dunes State Park
In 2001 my 35mm Analog camera had died, so I went ahead and got my first Digital. But in October of 2006 we took a driving vacation along Michigan's coast line so I decided to use some of the 120 film that had been in the refrigerator for years. But my TLR had problems with film advancing and the counter so I only shot three rolls. When we got home I put the exposed film back in the frige. I didn't forget about it, I just didn't do anything with it until this year when I finally developed it. I Pushed it 2 stops and am surprised how well they came out. These B&Ws are my favorites because of the amazing texture of the sand and the shadows from the small rocks. And also because we had our second greyhound Fred we us and we were walking along the beach with him illegally. One month later he became sick and he died two weeks after that. Sad and Beautiful.This photo was shot on film. Taken by alburnkat with a Seagull 4A loaded with Kodak Tri-X film in Lake Charter Township, United States. These tags describe this photo: 120, expired, vacation, park, b&w, beach, sand, rocks, dune, and grass. Date: 2006-10. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Exposed 2006 and Developed 2012 - 2 State Parks in Michigan.
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