This past summer I did a road trip to visit my parents in southern Alberta. My insatiable desire for adventure prompted me to convince my folks to visit the provincial park Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump. This provincial park has rich historical significance to the aboriginal peoples of southern Alberta and is home to some stunning views.
I chose to try out a roll of Kodak Vericolor III (160 ISO) in My Pentax Spotmatic which expired in 2000. This 18 year old film had been freezer stored most of its life but I thought I would still overexpose it by one additional stop to be safe. As soon as I returned from the trip I refrigerated my exposed roll until I developed it at home in the Unicolor C41 Kit. Here are a few of the keepers from the day. The last two frames were exposed to some light leaks when I accidentally opened the back of my camera. To be honest I love the results created.
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