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    wrench Hidden Valley Junk Yard 5-2-15

    Noel and I went on a photo date Saturday morning to Hidden Valley Auto Yard. Steve and I had visited there on another trip a ways back and I knew Noel would like the old colors and textures to be found out there.

    We only brought the toy film cameras and cell phones.

    Here's some Insty's I took.






























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    Every one of those is my favorite. Love it!

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    They're really nice down there and it's a cheap fun date.
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    I really like a lot of those, plus it looked like just a fun, cool as hell day and activity. Well done.
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    Shot with a Sprocket Rocket and 1999-expired 1600 Ektachrome slide film (I ebayed from Turkey). Cross Processed as c41 (hence the coloring).


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    Shot with an expired Agfa roll jammed into a 126 taking Instamatic

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    i like this

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    If you find a 69 firebird in that yard, I'd pay for a framed pic of the bird emblem on the rear quarter or rear end, just like these. Sprocket rocket or otherwise.

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    Some of Noel's

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