Ektachrome 64T EPR (1996)

I picked up this roll of ektachrome at a local photo store. It expired in 1996. When I had it developed by the lab insisted that it had not been cross processed. Just regular E6 like the rest of my slide film which turned out great. I guess the age and heat of the Texas sun caused this wonderful colorshift.

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