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The return of 52 Rolls – Week 32

I haven’t forgotten about the 52 Rolls project; I just haven’t been scanning and posting.  Frankly, I forgot my password to the site and am sick to death of password reset protocols.  (Proper password discipline is a pain.)

Back in July, Rescue 82 and I took the dogs on an interesting jaunt.  Seashore Trolley Museum now connects to the trails of the Smith Preserve in Kennebunk.  It was a fun was to spend a morning, and the dogs didn’t seem to mind riding the streetcar.


The trail initially follows the old right-of-way of the Atlantic Shore Line.  It runs in a straight line from the end of the Seashore line to Route 1 at the Biddeford city line.0915FP4_unk_009 0915FP4_unk_010

I don’t remember which camera I was using, but the film is FP4 developed at home in D76.

Brownie Starflex – Week 67 results

The Starflex was a fun little camera. I can see the attraction of Brownies. I finished the roll very quickly on a camping trip.

The shutter seems to be slow, though.  Many of my images had motion blur and all were overexposed, even using 100 ASA film.  Motion blur isn’t always bad; witness Cricket:

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I just love that wagging tail!

We took a trip to Seashore Trolley Museum for their Dog Day.

Arundel Station
Atlantic Shore Line

This was my last stashed roll of Efke R100 for 127. From now on I’ll need to cut my own film.  I haven’t worked with the Efke much, but I found it a pain to load on the reels and very curly to scan and store.