Several months ago, back when I was failing at properly loading my Leica iiib, I brought it and my 4x5 with me on a Ford Raptor road trip/photo shoot to the area near Glamis, California, along I-8, which is just north of the Mexico border.
This is the first roll of color film that I’ve put through the camera since owning it. It’s Kodak Ektachrome, expired sometime in 2003 or something, and shot at ASA50 with standard development.  
In the bottom photo, along the horizon, you can make out the border fence. Also of note was that this is the area—along with Tunisia—that they filmed one of the original Star Wars movies. Until recently, the set sat abandoned in the desert.  Several months ago, back when I was failing at properly loading my Leica iiib, I brought it and my 4x5 with me on a Ford Raptor road trip/photo shoot to the area near Glamis, California, along I-8, which is just north of the Mexico border.
This is the first roll of color film that I’ve put through the camera since owning it. It’s Kodak Ektachrome, expired sometime in 2003 or something, and shot at ASA50 with standard development.  
In the bottom photo, along the horizon, you can make out the border fence. Also of note was that this is the area—along with Tunisia—that they filmed one of the original Star Wars movies. Until recently, the set sat abandoned in the desert.  Several months ago, back when I was failing at properly loading my Leica iiib, I brought it and my 4x5 with me on a Ford Raptor road trip/photo shoot to the area near Glamis, California, along I-8, which is just north of the Mexico border.
This is the first roll of color film that I’ve put through the camera since owning it. It’s Kodak Ektachrome, expired sometime in 2003 or something, and shot at ASA50 with standard development.  
In the bottom photo, along the horizon, you can make out the border fence. Also of note was that this is the area—along with Tunisia—that they filmed one of the original Star Wars movies. Until recently, the set sat abandoned in the desert.  Several months ago, back when I was failing at properly loading my Leica iiib, I brought it and my 4x5 with me on a Ford Raptor road trip/photo shoot to the area near Glamis, California, along I-8, which is just north of the Mexico border.
This is the first roll of color film that I’ve put through the camera since owning it. It’s Kodak Ektachrome, expired sometime in 2003 or something, and shot at ASA50 with standard development.  
In the bottom photo, along the horizon, you can make out the border fence. Also of note was that this is the area—along with Tunisia—that they filmed one of the original Star Wars movies. Until recently, the set sat abandoned in the desert.  Several months ago, back when I was failing at properly loading my Leica iiib, I brought it and my 4x5 with me on a Ford Raptor road trip/photo shoot to the area near Glamis, California, along I-8, which is just north of the Mexico border.
This is the first roll of color film that I’ve put through the camera since owning it. It’s Kodak Ektachrome, expired sometime in 2003 or something, and shot at ASA50 with standard development.  
In the bottom photo, along the horizon, you can make out the border fence. Also of note was that this is the area—along with Tunisia—that they filmed one of the original Star Wars movies. Until recently, the set sat abandoned in the desert. 

Several months ago, back when I was failing at properly loading my Leica iiib, I brought it and my 4x5 with me on a Ford Raptor road trip/photo shoot to the area near Glamis, California, along I-8, which is just north of the Mexico border.

This is the first roll of color film that I’ve put through the camera since owning it. It’s Kodak Ektachrome, expired sometime in 2003 or something, and shot at ASA50 with standard development.  

In the bottom photo, along the horizon, you can make out the border fence. Also of note was that this is the area—along with Tunisia—that they filmed one of the original Star Wars movies. Until recently, the set sat abandoned in the desert.