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Taken at the Halloween festivites in Salem, MA - the home of burning witches at the stake! One of the best parts of the night was when Donatello remarked, "Is that a Holga? Cowabunga, dude!" That's when I knew this had to be posted to JPG.
Nicole and I had a great time checking out all the interesting costumes. If you have never been to Salem on Halloween, you don't know what you are missing. It's a Mardi Gras like celebration, except its cold out. This year was even more crazy since our beloved Red Sox won the World Series!
These guys were mobbed with requests for photos. A very special thanks to Nicolefor getting them to pose for me. She should have been the one to take the photo, but she did a great job getting their attention instead. Check out her creepy photo from the Salem cemetary here! After Donatello recognized what kind of camera I was using, they all looked my way.
Created using my Holga 120CFN with Fuji NPZ 800 film at night with the white flash. Negative scanned with my brand new Epson v700 Perfection scanner (thanks Nicole!). No digital manipulation used!
Also by Paul Lavallee
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