When my photolab developed my tungsten films, apparently they came out "completely magenta" and it was hard to see a photo there at all. They had to process as B&W while cranking the contrast. This lead to some interesting super-grainy photos.
stephoebe, ohlordy, blueskyandhardrock, kaffeeschwester, he-mo, alburnkat, adash, zorzyo, red_constructor, raylemon, pearlmsqueaks, abigail0605, myfolkway, neanderthalis, tsingtao & mingkie.
I can't make heads or tails of what's at the end of that leash?
It looks like a guinea pig -:)
@alburnkat @he-mo It's actually a rabbit! He was in black tie to take his rabbit for a walk at the Melbourne Museum.
I see that now, Thank you. That's just as strange as the guy at the end of our street walking his cat on a leash with what looked like a dead cat on his head as a toupee. Now I'm sure it's wasn't a dead cat on his head, just a Really Bad toupee, but he was walking his leashed cat over to meet our Greyhounds. Although it is illegal to live bait train race dogs, those two thought cats were great toys until they stop moving. So we figured he looking to update his toupee. ;-} Sorry
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