Down Memory Lane with Kodachrome

I'm going back a decade or so and taking a look at some of my old work and I came across some Kodachrome slides from a late August/early September 11 years ago. Back then Dwaynes was the only place on Earth where you could get your Kodachrome processed, there was a long lead time involved, and it took a couple of months to get the slides back. Yes, it was a pain in the ass, but damn, the colours. I seriously regret not shooting Kodachrome more especially with family photos just because of the archival properties of the film alone.



Camera: Nikon F3HP, Nikkor Ais 50 f1.8 lens.
Film: Kodak Kodachrome 64

Dawn on the Melville Church

Dawn on the Melville Church II

Belfountain House

Credit River Water

Credit River Looking North

Forks of the Credit Trees on the Hill

Forks of the Credit Wildflowers

Dominion Trail Two


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