It would appear that this Konica VX200 stash is a never ending source of both joy and sorrow. It is (or it used to be) a wonderful film, one which I used on a regular basis back at the end of the 90s, but during all these years it has lost some of its appeal. Of course, years are not doing negative film any favours. I am happy I can still shoot this film, which is now obsolete. Mine (some 30 rolls) was kept in the fridge all these years. Even so, the colours seem to have a washed up tones, which (again) is understandable.
Here, visiting Veliko Tarnovo again. Yes, again. I just can’t have enough of this beautiful Bulgarian town. Camera was Nikon FM3A, film was processed by a lab I use nowadays.
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