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Indian Corn

Indian Corn

Mom and I went to the Ann Arbor Farmers Market on a Saturday and because I had been seeing so many cool Holga shot here on the Lomo site, I dug out my old Holga 120S. Looking thru my old negs I know I had this camera back in 1997 and being a 120S, one of the originals before Lomography, it only has ONE aperture no matter what position you put the switch in. And because the sun keep coming and going some of these are underexposed, oh well. We still had a nice day.

alburnkat Taken by alburnkat with a Holga 120S loaded with Kodak Portra 400 VC 120mm expired film in Ann Arbor, MI, United States. These tags describe this photo: monster, violin, corn, apples, gourds, market, and farmers. Date: 2012-09. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Ann Arbor Farmers Market w/a old Holga 120S.

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