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Good Morning,

These were taken a few weeks ago in Boston; Canon 7 film camera, Canon LTM 35mm f2 lens (K2 filter), on Delta 100 and processed in DxO Nik Film Pack, scanned with Canon Canoscan FS-4000US.

Regards,

Edd

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MountainMan79

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Location
Minnesota
Name
Chris
Good Evening,

I'm continuing to scan a series of Kodachrome's that I shot at the Rhyolite ghost town in the northern end of Death Valley back in the early to mid 70's. I am amazed at the long-term stabile color and contrast they still retain to this day.

Regards,

Edd

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I did not see the bottle house when I was there a couple years ago. Hopefully I just missed them and it’s not gone forever.
 
Location
Bloomington, Indiana
Name
Mike
Good Evening,

This is a scan from my Rolleiflex f2.8 (Model E) that I had with me during the crazy times in SEA from about 1970-1973 (+/- a few weeks). LeiAn was making a "sweet treat" which was sugar coated rice fire-roasted in hollowed-out bamboo. The place was the in the capital of Laos, Vientiane, just about 2Km from all the embassies/diplomatic missions; PRC, PRK, PRNV, USSR and the all the rest. Since Laos was a neutral country (Good Lord...:rolleyes:) the unwritten rule was everyone played nice while downtown. Venturing outside of the "Ring"...well then all bets were off.


Regards,

Edd

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What a smile she has!
 
Good Evening,

This image was taken at one of the teakwood logging sites in Northern Thailand, just outside of Chiang Mai (King's Summer Home). I learned a few years ago that these creatures were finally rescued and now roam freely in a large wildlife preserve. I was taken back, even at that crazy time in my life, seeing the shackles and the staff/rod with a metal hook which was used to get the elephants "attention". Taken with my Rolleiflex E f2.8, on Plus-X (ASA 125).

Regards,

Edd

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Good Evening,

From another time in my life; I was a guest of the command staff at the Goldstone Tracking Range during the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (July 1975). My "minder" prevented me from taking photos inside of the command center, but I did get to take this one, and he managed to get one of me with the 210 foot diameter antenna "side by each"...:); I'll have to scan that one this week. Taken with my Rolleiflex E (80mm f2.8 Planar) on Kodak Panatomic-X (ASA32).

Regards,

Edd

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phigmov

Probably Not Walter Kernow
Location
Aotearoa
Finished 30 boxes of my dads old slides and came across these. Never seen anything like this before... steel mounted slides. Appear to be tourist shots from a pro - the sort of thing you'd pick up in a souvenir shop to take home. Talk about over-engineering. German of course. Nice heft to each slide. I can imagine a box-set would be quite a weight. I guess my dad would have picked a few out as they would have been quite pricey at the time.

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