A couple of weeks ago I visited a nearby lake, or a pond, with my friend. There was an outdoor art exhibit surrounding the lake. The lake was really beautiful and the light from the setting sun really made everything glow. It was a nice trip and of course I shot a roll of film while we walked around the lake.
I came across some outdated film on Facebook trift sale group on July. I bought a batch containing Fujifilm ISO 100 color film, some outdated Fujichrome Velvia ISO 50 slide film and a roll of Kodak Ektachrome slide film. So on this lake trip, I shot a roll of that Velvia. It had expired in 2007, but had been stored in the freezer so it’s all good.
Images from the lake
So anyways, here are some of Velvia shot in the light of a setting sun.
I really liked the summery glow of the evening and how the film managed to capture it all. It was my first time visiting that particular lake. I was really taken by the burned-down warehouse. It seemed like the nature was proclaiming it as its own once again.