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Today, as I was headed to the Discount bulk Mega Outlet with a 7-year old expired roll of Kodax Max 400 for processing, in the back of a drawer I serendipitously ran across a roll of, gee...at least 15 year old Kodak Gold 200 that had already been exposed. Post-processing, all I got was this one—I was able to scan the neg and Photoshop it to a somewhat of a Holga-ish type of capture.

 

The cool thing is that this was most likely taken by one of my kids watching mom and dad share a kiss, and judging by the barely discernible bike in the background, they were small and obviously shaky (I cropped a finger out of the top left already).

 

It's really awful, but it kinda grew on me as it stayed up on the screen. I think this is from a Canon Sure Shot Mega Zoom 76AF—a 35mm point and shoot. I still have it!

Taken a roll of decade-old, Laotian sun baked, Kodak Gold 100 given to me Senor Dylan Goldby. Cheers sir!

 

Colin Roohan Photography

Classic spotted, the guy on his bike pulled out his camera to snap a photo of that old ride.

I believe it was a Jaguar of some sort but I'm unsure as to what model.

 

Taken a roll of decade-old, Laotian sun baked, Kodak Gold 100 given to me Senor Dylan Goldby. Cheers sir!

 

Colin Roohan Photography

Taken a roll of decade-old, Laotian sun baked, Kodak Gold 100 given to me Senor Dylan Goldby. Cheers sir!

 

Colin Roohan Photography

Some damn good Pho near the Argyle L stop.

 

Taken a roll of decade-old, Laotian sun baked, Kodak Gold 100 given to me Senor Dylan Goldby. Cheers sir!

 

Colin Roohan Photography

Y'all...finals are eating my brain. I can't even think of something coherent to write in this stupid little box.