Snow and Ricoh.

Last week I purchased a beautiful old Ricohflex Super TLR off of an old english gent, who bought the camera when he emigrated to Canada in the 50's. He gave me everything including the original owners manual, his old rolls of film and some slides, filters etc etc. He couldn't believe someone would still make use of it, but was happy none the less I was so charmed by the thing. I took it out today and snapped away, it takes a bit of getting used to, the TLR design. But it's a great way to change your workflow and see something differently.
I used Color EFEX to add a frame to these as I'll be printing them digitally. I hope it's not too against the grain GEDDIT? I like the way a frame holds a shot together without it spilling off the paper.

canada kids snow winter
Ricohflex Super TLR
Fuji Pro400H
Ricohflex (First roll)

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