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Public Laundry. Camera: Nikon FE. Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 3200. Location: Tel Aviv, Israel.

Public Laundry, Tel Aviv.

Shadows of people passing by flying into the wet darkness, the shrill and glaring lights of a car here and there tearing apart the night for some seconds, jumping up and down the wet walls, throwing abstract shadows on the silhouettes of the decayed buildings on this part of HaYarkon.

In Hell: The Black Lodge. Camera: Zorki 1. Film: Kodak Tri-X 400. - Twin Peaks Topic.

In Hell: The Black Lodge

“There is also a legend of a place called the Black Lodge: the shadow self of the White Lodge, a place of dark forces that pull on this world. A world of nightmares. Shamans reduced to crying children, angry spirits pouring from the woods, graves opening like flowers.” – Deputy Hawks, Twin Peaks

Zorki 1 Analog Soviet Film Camera

Zorki 1 Soviet Film Camera Review

Produced with the machinery, engineers and workers of »Carl Zeiss Jena«, the early Zorki 1 is not a Leica but a Zorki, produced on the original machinery of »Carl Zeiss Jena« with the engineers and staff from »Carl Zeiss Jena«. But do me a favour, call it a ZORKI.

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