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Instant Goth

Black, white and little in between

in Film , Friday, April 13, 2012

And finally the truly awesome Polagraph. This film was intended principally for document reproduction (like, I believe, Kodak Technical Pan), but it was a match made in heaven for graveyards, crumbling ruins, etc. Admittedly it is somewhat limited in application, but, oh to have used it in Venice.

Anyway, I’m in a bit of a hurry today, so I’ll let the pictures Speake Their Dismal Wordes.


Both photos taken quite some time ago at the Mount Cemetery, Guildford, England.



OMG, they remind me of those creepy scary statues that kill people in Dr. Who!

By Nadine, on April 13, 2012

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