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Analogue Photography #5

I went to New Mexico in April and June. The trip in April was to see the Trinity Site. The Trinity Site is where the first nuclear weapon detonation occurred and is only open to the public twice a year. The trip in June was to go see Georgia O'Keeffe's home and studio. I took my 35mm film camera to both trips. I think I like using my 35mm film camera more than my iPhone camera and Fuji X-T2 camera. Of course, the drawback to this is that I have to wait to get the film developed, I don't know if the pictures came out, and it costs a lot to develop. But I do like that it is a pleasant surprise when I do see the pictur

Taken at the Trinity Site with Psychedelic Blue film.

The Obelisk that marks the explosion hypocenter taken with Psychedelic Blue film.

The McDonald ranch house where the core was assembled. Not sure what film I used for this.

Los Alamos post office; same film as McDonald ranch house. I don't know if the picture is dark because of me not using the correct settings or the film itself.

Ghost Ranch- I think I used expired 35mm film the following photos.

Ghost Ranch.

Georgia O'Keeffe's house. This is the door she painted in many of her works.

Georgia O'Keefe house.

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