Roll 2: A 2100 Mile-Long Roll of Ektar

I tend to shoot more than one camera at a time, particularly while travelling. Often I come home with a partially-shot roll of film in the camera. I make an effort to finish the roll as soon as possible, but I usually get strangely disconnected subject matter on the roll.

The first four photos here are pinhole from the tail-end of my trip to New Orleans last November. After pausing for brunch at the Pike Place Market, I finished the roll during a pinhole photography meetup that I host monthly. We went to the world-famous Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks.

Film: Kodak Ektar 100, color negative film

Camera: terraPin Bijou 35mm FL, f/135

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A delicious salad of cucumbers, Couchon, New Orleans

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Sandi at the gate

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The Old State Capitol Building, Baton Rouge, open 1847.

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A Deco building in the Capitol area of Baton Rouge.

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Brunch at the Athenian, Pike Place Market, Seattle

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Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, opened in 1917. Scopes Meetup.

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“Salmon Waves,” artist Paul Sorey, 2001, Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks, SCOPES Meetup.

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“Salmon Waves,” artist Paul Sorey, 2001, Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks, SCOPES Meetup.

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Shiny. Could benefit from some cropping.

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“Salmon Waves,” artist Paul Sorey, 2001, Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks, SCOPES Meetup.

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“Salmon Waves,” artist Paul Sorey, 2001, Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks, SCOPES Meetup.

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“Salmon Waves,” artist Paul Sorey, 2001, Hiram M. Chittenden Memorial Locks, SCOPES Meetup.

These rolls were processed and scanned by Moon Photo in Seattle; all images are as scanned without alteration.  More photos from this and my other 52Rolls can be found HERE

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