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  1. photoluminescence

    photoluminescence

    Love your series at Monument Rocks, haven't been there in years! Its great to see just a wonderful outcropping in analog panos.
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  2. traaaart

    traaaart

    @photoluminescence thank you so much, that place really is incredible, not a lot of people have been there it seems like. definitely a sacred place:)

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  3. photoluminescence

    photoluminescence

    Well it doesn't help that is it out in the middle of nowhere, complete isolated from humanity....which is a fantastic change of pace, but difficult to get.
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Monument rocks were incredible, They're chalk formations. On the way across Kansas we found some cool spots. I've got a bad habit of not being careful when the Horizon is at the end of it's roll and advancing it too much and breaking the film. I had this awesome camera store in Colorado Springs take it out for me and put the film in a black canister and tape it. Guess the new person at the lab i usually use briefly opened it when i took it to get developed, because they also RUINED a roll of Velvia 50 that the same thing had happened to in my Horizon. ONly when they took the velvia out of the Horizon, they didnt tape it. I'm very mad about that, it was my first time shooting Velvia 50, and all the pics from the top of Aspen mountain and whatnot are forever lost. rant over. enjoy the pics.

traaaart This photo was shot on film. Taken by traaaart with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Agfa CT Precisa 100 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Monument Rocks, KS, United States. These tags describe this photo: leaks, sprockets, ct, xpro, kansas, monuments, rocks, and formations. Date: 2012-04-02. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Horizon Bleeds CT Kansas.

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