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Struggling with gloomy, pale and monochromic winter I tried to express my feeling from living in Scandinavia and surroundings using some not so bright negative films. I think I'm quite succesful in expressing it. At first I thought that it would be enough to use only one roll cus everything were a bit dull and pale around. But after I shooted last frame I was impressed by results so I immediatelly loaded another roll. So this is second part. Enjoy.

betterthanelvis Taken by betterthanelvis with a Zenit 122 loaded with Agfa Agfacolor 200 expired 2008 film in Tallinn, Estonia. These tags describe this photo: outside, morning, cars, traffic, road, v370, epson, selfscanned, expired, tallinn, baltic, estonia, color, negative, winter, agfa, and zenit. Date: 2013-02. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Baltic winter blues, part 2 - Zenit 122.

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  1. alex34

    alex34

    Marvellous light!

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  2. betterthanelvis

    betterthanelvis

    @alex34, ya, it was. I was in hurry trying not to miss my bus to another city but when I saw this light I decided to unpack my bags in the middle of the street to get a camera.

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  3. betterthanelvis

    betterthanelvis

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  4. kablelvuku

    kablelvuku

    good

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