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deceased rolls : what remains

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  1. hhjm

    hhjm

    Look like many birds flying :)

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  2. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    Awesome!! The birds are insane!

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  3. kibs

    kibs

    very cool!!!

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  4. ohlordy

    ohlordy

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  5. ohlordy

    ohlordy

    @mafiosa i wish these were birds.... but it's just the film is super expired and something has eaten away at the emulsion!

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  6. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    haha - even better then!

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  7. pippyg

    pippyg

    hi, where do you get your photos processed?

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  8. ohlordy

    ohlordy

    @pippyg mostly at carters photography in Tauranga, excellent service $10 for development and scan even for xpro or 120/220 and do a great job!

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deceased rolls : what remains

three rolls of film from my stash of treasured trash... these rolls all expired in 1979/1980... what remains... smena shots were multiple exposures on a tripod trying to capture ghosts of the last 33 years...horizon shots time has eaten away... fed just ...

ohlordy This photo was shot on film. Taken by ohlordy with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with kodak ektachrome 400 (expired 1979) film in B O P, New Zealand. These tags describe this photo: expired, 1979, kodak, cross processed, x-pro, xpro, blue, pink, destroyed, perfekt, panorama, panoramic, and horizon. Date: 2013-05. This photo can also be found in the album deceased rolls : what remains.