Notes: This photo was made with a $10 slr and kodak ultramax 400. I originally got the camera to propose to my wife with. I asked the big question by writing "Will you..." backwards on the focusing screen so it was legible through the viewfinder. I set the camera up on a tripod to take a family photo and asked her to double check the shot before I set the timer. She said yes, and the rest is history.
When her relatives from the south
came up for a visit,
they lamented her sorry state,
having to live in that little box,
having no field nor trees,
having no hills to look toward.
She never told them
how she didn't miss those things,
how she would like awake at night,
her apartment window open,
and listen to the city
like she was listening to birds,
like she was listening to hymns,
like she was hearing a lover.
Kodak 5205 Vision2 250D motion picture film spooled as still film by @croplab, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
I think this film was last made in 2009? Mostly cool fx for being 9 years old.
Processed ECN2 by The Camera Shop, Inc. in St. Cloud, Minnesota, USA.