Zenit picture

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by andrea_ingram, Jan 21, 2005.

  1. Not 100% sure if this is a classic or not but so liked the picture I'd thought I'd post it anyway. Hope this is OK. Taken over Christmas on the island of Seil western highlands of Scotland.
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  2. YUM! The sight of that invokes that "low tide smell" I know well from my days on the West Coast of Canada.

    I guess classic depends on exactly which Zenit.
     
  3. I'll wander down to the beach this weekend and take a sniff for you, Mike.

    BTW, signs of spring are starting to appear in Vancouver.
     
  4. Andrea -- close enough. You're in! By the way, very rich colors. Not sure I'd like to see it on my dinner plate, however.
     
  5. hehe Ben it was only -20C today...almost spring don't ya think?
     
  6. Lovely photo, reminds me of beautifully frozen winters off Lake Michigan.

    Which is why I now live in California.

    Which Zenit did you use? What film? I just gave mine plus lenses away to a dear friend. I did keep the Photosniper, though.

    Francisco Arcaute
     
  7. I think it is a Zenit 12. The little metal thing on the shutter button fell off yesterday though.
    Film was Kodak Gold 200 [out of date ]
     
  8. Andrea, thanks for reminding me of Seil island. I was there a few years ago and was enchanted by the place, and its unique features, like the ambitiously named Bridge Over The Atlantic, and the beautiful mini-island of Easdale (and the amazing souvenir shop at the crossing to Easdale!). Must get back there this year.
     

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