Super Sunday: Kodak Ektar in the LC-A+

I broke my usual no-cropping-film rule, because I couldn’t always get in close to the Indians. Whenever I couldn’t totally get rid of the crowds, I tried to incorporate them as a framing device; this worked especially well with the pictures of children.


690859-R1-20-16A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

Sometimes the people watching a show are interesting, too.


690859-R1-19-17A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

This didn’t come out great, but I like the cemetery in the background.


690859-R1-11-25A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-10-26A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-07-29A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

This girl is like AWW YYYEAH BASK IN MY AWESOMENESS.


690859-R1-08-28A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-04-32A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-03-33A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-32-4A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-25-11A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

690859-R1-36-0A, originally uploaded by pinstripe_bindi.

I just like old signs.

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