Adventures In Film: Chapter 2

Canon EOS Rebel G | Kodak UltraMax 400

Hi, friends! The adventures into the good old days have continued! On my trip to the Great Smoky Mountains, I carried around a broken old Canon EOS Rebel G with drugstore 35mm and selectively chose my shots. It was so much fun!! I had it developed through Walgreens (which I don’t recommend because it looks like the prints are digitally processed/printed instead of organically processed like real film).

If you missed my last post, go check it out before you read this one so you can see what a step up the camera is! I’m very new to film so my metering and exposure is very iffy, but I’m learning! That’s the fun part!

Here are my favorite selections from pre-vacation and during vacation. I have one more roll of film to finish, so there’s more pics to come from Mountain Vacation!

Puppy Dog Tails And Paws! ❀

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My FAVORITE of Bella! πŸ™‚
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Bella Posing….:)
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My little growing tomatoes!
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My super goofy hubby playing a banjo on our cabin porch in the mountains. πŸ™‚ ❀ He cute.
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GREEN. SO GREEN.
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More Hubbleberry Banjo-ing
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A Green Door in Bryson City
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Memorial
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I loved this place! It used to be the courthouse. Can you tell? πŸ™‚
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Ahhh, the Great Smoky Mountains! ❀ I love it there. It is so peaceful.
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Me at the top of a mountain!
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Hubbleberry at the top of a mountain!
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An Eastern Towhee!

Stay tuned for more film fun coming your way!

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