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.
I don’t remember which camera I was using, but the film is FP4 developed at home in D76.
We took a trip to Seashore Trolley Museum for their Dog Day.
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.