A moment of silence, ladies and gents, for a long lost friend, Kodachrome. Who didn't love this film? I personally loved Kodachorme 200. It gave me that wonderful ambiance that only this film was able to do, but at a far more flexible ISO.
I've pulled these two images out on their own for a very specific reason. When I was walking along Wasaga Beach, well over 20 years ago, the colors you see in these sunset images were very close to what I saw on the beach. So rich, in fact, that when I started setting up my tripod to make these pictures, a beach resident said to me something along the lines of, "Good luck. You'll never get the photos to look like that."
Needless to say I took that as a challenge. And I think it bore fruit.
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