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the ghaggar river at dawn

this could have been taken on monochrome film and edited with software to produce the pre dawn sepia shade. but back in the early 80's, when this picture was taken on an E6 reversal emulsion, there was no way one could edit pictures on a computer, that stuff was the sole domain of nasa and jpl....and restricting the range of hues on colour film was the norm for 'enlightened' use of color in photography...

Shot on E6 film with a "New" canonet QL19.

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Taken in October 1982