Victoria's Light

Barrington Yacht Club races in the bay on Tuesday nights.  I was excited to try a unique lens, Myer Optik Trioplan, an Exacta mount, on an old Exacta VXb.  Not remembering how to rewind the film, I turned the rewind knob without pushing in the dedicated button, opened the back and the film was still unwound.  I had to crop this image, the only one that was salvaged from the roll.  Photoshop was used to fix the stray light remnants in the bottom right side of the image.   A bad break using a cherished roll of Adox Silvermax.

Tuesday Night Races.jpg

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