Wine Dipped Film

Outside of the North Carolina Art Museum. Raleigh, North Carolina.
I arrived too late to make it inside to see the Rembrandt exhibit, but really enjoyed the large pieces on the grounds.
A roll of expired (2002) Fuji Superia X-TRA 400 film run through a Holga 135 camera.

Destroyed using a new formula:
90min red wine soak (leftover Cabernet)
5 minute hot water dip (sub boiling)
1 minute salt water dip
Rinse and dry for a few months.

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