I’ve always said I wouldn’t post film photos, but this was one of those moments when you *know* you got the shot as soon as you hit the shutter. This was the last frame of a roll of Fuji Xtra 400, taken in Glenfinnan, Scotland. It was a cold, wet day, but that only seemed to bother the tourists (us). I stood there in the rain peering through my viewfinder for a good 2 minutes waiting for the perfect moment to pull the trigger.
A crucial part of the film advance in my Minolta XD 11 broke during our sprint through the airport to make our flight to Ireland, so I only got to shoot two rolls of film on my trip instead of four. But circumstances like that are part of what make photos like this even sweeter.
Glenfinnan 📷 Photo location
the of to i a you my was this but in film our part that make only for as through like got photos advance even good minutes waiting perfect moment pull what trigger are crucial circumstances minolta two xd broke during four sprint airport instead trip on ireland so shoot rolls flight bother viewfinder moments shutter hit soon shot know when those frame one post t wouldn said always last roll peering seemed rain there stood us tourists ve day fuji wet cold it scotland glenfinnan taken xtra sweeter
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This is dope
Good stuff Mikey
Bekah showed me your photos!! So amazing dude!!!!!!
Absolutely stunning !