Holga #2, Japan

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    I have this framed around my house a few times. It didn't scan as well as I wanted, but this will work for now until I decide to try it again. And the print was large and so part of it got cut off (the original is a square, since it's medium format). Also shot with a Holga camera, March 2006, on the Navy Base in Yokosuka, Japan. My fiance and I found these stairs just chilling in some back alley with a parking lot next to them.. very weird. I love it.

    matt carroll with a camera, stevescene, and 20 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. jeremyfcohen 82 months ago | reply

      such an incredibly beautiful shot!

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    5. .. ........ [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

      really like this one.... great shot and atmosphere. _m8

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    6. odette.h 81 months ago | reply

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    7. just tiff 80 months ago | reply

      This is an amazing shot! What kind of film did you use?

    8. yusuf_orta 79 months ago | reply

      fantastic picture..

    9. o K o 71 months ago | reply

      very nice it has a really cool mood to it

    10. Onken Bio-pot 71 months ago | reply

      this is really beautiful :)

    11. Will Prouty 62 months ago | reply

      Awesome - great mood!

    12. Bart D. Frescura 49 months ago | reply

      This is a Fantastic shot!!!

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