Cross-processed at a Wal-Mart Image Lab. Slide film is the bane of my existence, especially on this fixed-aperture La Sardina. Can't really blame Wal-Mart for a terrible job with film like this. But I might go try another lab next time.

Film produces photos that are unusually saturated in green. Some shots are fine in it, but the rest are better in black and white, which the lab did for me, but didn't upload here.

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