End of the Line / Middle of the Path

Published! In JPG Magazine Issue 15
Uploaded 31 Jul 2007 — 8 favorites
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© Paul Lavallee
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The end of the line for this retired train caboose is in the middle of the West Warwick Greenway. Instead of delivering freight to the mills on the Pawtuxet River, this path provides exercise and enjoyment to bikers, rollerbladers, and walkers of all ages.

Created using my 1950's AGFA Clack with 4 year expired Fuji Velvia RVP120 (ISO 50) slide film cross processed with C-41. Negative scanned with an HP Scanjet 4890. No digital manipulation necessary!

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  • Amanda Finkel

    Amanda Finkel said (24 Jun 2009):

    I love the way the other colors in this photo fade out, but the red pops forward.

  • Epin Hervin

    Epin Hervin said (11 Sep 2009):

    Wow, AGFA is the best. I try to keep my film like wine farmer keep their wine, but when I try it at it's three month expired, it doesn't have any effect at all. Maybe I should keep it until 10 or 20 years.....ahahaha

  • Epin Hervin

    Epin Hervin gave props (15 Dec 2009):

    I look this same train caboose on my favorite music video "Fallen Snow" by Au Revoir Simone

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