Nikon F4S, Adox 100 film
I developed another roll of film yesterday that had been sitting in the camera for a while; long enough that I had forgotten what was on it. It turns out the first doen or so frames were from Nose Hill Park, Calgary (taken in 2017). Since I am heading out to Calgary later today, I thought it was a good day to post one image.
From Gasoline Alley in Heritage Park, Calgary. Compared to today, vintage gas pumps had a real style and elegance!
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Yes I have too many cameras, and what can happen is a camera gets neglected for a while with a half shot roll of film and I forget what is on it until I develop. I finished a roll in my Nikon N90S 35mm SLR yesterday, and was surprised to see images from Heritage Park in Calgary from 2017. This image is from inside the Gasoline Alley exhibit.
Trains always look like they are moving, even when standing still (which this train is doing in all but one of these images, taken at Heritage Park in Calgary).
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All images created using Nikon F4S, 28mm Nikkor or 17mm Tamron lens
Kodak TMax 400 film