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    Posted: 10 September 2021 at 22:20
Boy On A Train

Viogtlander Bessa L, 90mm lens on Ilford FP4 film

Shot in 1997 while living in Lanzhou, China.
I lived at a middle school and was invited to join the teachers and their families on holiday.
We traveled by train to a distant city where we spent a great week exploring the town and countryside.
This is a shot of one of the teachers kids
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Since Professor Peabody usually announces trips in the Wayback machine, I'll ask; What ever happened for him?
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My last visit was back in 2012.
His best friend told me he was working in another city by then
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Great shot love the grain
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The grain looks good, so does the pose and composition. Great work Mike
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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

The grain looks good, so does the pose and composition. Great work Mike

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