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Along the path at Merri Creek, Northcote, Melbourne.
Holga 120 CFN, Kodak Tri-X 400. Some time in 2010.
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opppsy…didn’t finish my comment..lol… This is a cool photo! Love how the water (upper middle) looks like ice! I have some b&w film for my Holga – haven’t loaded it in yet – this makes me want to asap! :)
Thanks Tamarra! Yep, shooting with a Holga is lots of fun and full of surprises. And shooting black and white film gives it that extra-vintage, atmospheric look. Load it up!
Congratulation your work has been featured in Achromatic Nature!
Great dreamy feel to this…congratulations on your feature