I always keep one of my Holga film cameras loaded up with 120 black and white film. This isn't color film that I then Photoshopped to be black and white. This is actual black and white film which I then print pretty much untouched. The only thing I've done is dedust one of the images which was fairly dusty (the film got dust on it).
Let me know if you have any questions about these images! I use Old School Photo Lab for my film processing.
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This is the sitting room off the master bedroom at the Blithewold Mansion in Bristol, RI
Early spring on the path by the fountain at the Blithewold Mansion in Bristol, RI
Daffodils line the window in the garden room at the Blithewold Mansion in Bristol, RI
Water flows over the Singing Falls in Sutton, Massachusetts - this is the Blackstone River
Bob See plays the bass guitar with Far From Eden at the Club Kasbar in Worcester, Massachusetts
A long exposure of lights at the Club KasBar in Worcester, Massachusetts
Glowing lights around the stage at the Club KasBar in Worcester, Massachusetts
Elephants explore the landscape at the Buttonwood Zoo
Wildebeest taking a nap at the Buttonwood Zoo
A bison roams its enclosure at the Buttonwood Zoo
Lions pose for their photo at the Buttonwood Zoo
Lions relaxing at the Buttonwood Zoo
Varigated plants in Key West, Florida
The lighthouse at Watch Hill, Rhode Island
Wooden posts in the beach at Watch Hill, Rhode Island
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I have tens of thousands of photos throughout this website as well. Let me know if you're interested in one.
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