Victoria's Light

I repost these and a few other images as my memory returned.  These images were shot with my Pentax Spotmatic F and 55mm 1.8 lens, Kodak TMax.   I have not used TMax in a long while, it is a very sharp film and I like it.   The Avon Cinema is a dying breed, a local theater playing off-beat films.  The last film I saw there was the Beatles movie Eight Days a Week (I think that’s the title) with my family.  The Pentax is a wonderful camera, I have a feeling the shutter speeds are a bit off.  The camera is sure and well built, going on 50 years or so in age.  I have it beat by several years and it’s hard to believe.

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