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It May Well Be

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It may have been clumsiness on my part, but some of the negatives on the last of roll of film I developed didn’t dry so well. I also messed up the zone focusing on a few frames; I was using Ilford HP5 in an Olympus Trip 35.

In the case of this frame, I don’t think it matters, as the message is loud and clear, and the ‘texture’ adds to the frame. Here, the medium is not the message, but it lends a hand.

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