Max F.’s Endless Summer Entry

Here’s a pic of a shady stop on a hot summers day. Taken on an ancient Canon TX with a 50mm 1.2 lens. The film was Agfa Vista 100. Processing  by a little mom and pop lab called “Wallgreens”.

Max F., Los Angeles, CA

6 Responses to “Max F.’s Endless Summer Entry”

  • Will says:

    Oooo….I like this one. It seems more like a Halloween entry though. My wife and I are big horror movie buffs, so this strikes me as really creepy. A tragic woodland scene of abduction. Bike askew on trail. Rider nowhere to be found. Very atmospheric.

    I’m sure it’s not what the photographer intended, but I like seeing that aspect in it. Great pic!

  • Tal Danzig says:

    Wow, I’d forgotten what traditional film photography can look like.

  • RJ says:

    I LOVE this.

    The mysterious light beckons. The bike intimate with the road.

  • Tommy O. says:

    Thats some fantastic bokeh! I might have to look into that lens ;)

  • Max F. says:

    The lens (and camera) was a $20 pawn shop special;)

  • Matthew says:

    That’s beautiful. Long live film!

 
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