getting caught

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Today we went to Recoleta to visit the cemetery. However, we didn’t only see magnificent sculptures and mausoleums, but also quite a number of cats living on the cemetery and a 200 year old rubber tree which has a span of 50m! It was quite awe-inspiring! We first thought that it was an ombú like the one at the Barrancas de Belgrano, but although they look quite similar they’re apparently different. This one is so old that some of the branches have to be supported! And if this wasn’t crazy enough, we also realised that the pavilion near the ombú over in Belgrano is actually the exact one that features in the eternauta! Only that in this world you’re more likely to find tango dancers there than aliens (which is good)!

We’re now a bit more than halfway through our trip and I’m a bit more than halfway through my rolls! So far I’ve shot 27 rolls, 5 of which are 120. I still have some 25 rolls and I’m pretty sure I’ll get through them all!

All pictures taken with: Leica M6 + Zeiss ZM C-Biogon 35mm f/2.8.
XP2 stand-developed in Rodinal 1:100.

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

I guess he was very much aware of what I was doing!

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

Occasionally I can’t resist sunlight.

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

This looks somewhat symmetrical, but not quite.

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

© Lilly Schwartz 2015

Comments

  • Harry Stevens

    Them two gents look like retired bad cop good cop,that lens is sharp enough to cut you also seems very low,low grain on the XP2.

    • Indeed, the lens is so sharp, it’s amazing! Obviously it comes out more with such a fine grain film. XP2 really has already too little grain for my liking. It almost looks digital.

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