There is a Point to Hope

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Hope is more than one place.

My first archaeological project was in Hope. 90 miles or so east of Vancouver.

There was a point to hope.

The point has been built over into oblivion.

The only evidence is a sign.

Point Hope Shipyard.

 

Canon Elan IIe, Canon EF 50/1.4 USM, expired Kodak Gold 400, commercially processed, scanned at home (with much difficulty)

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2 thoughts on “There is a Point to Hope

    • Thanks Patrick. I am beginning to discover that the Kodak colour print film degrades much more profoundly than does the Fuji. It can be quite nice, but it makes the film much less reliable than expired Fuji.
      Tender is one of my favourite shots from the past couple of years and a lot of that is thanks to the qualities of the film.

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