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Film Photo.

By mistere
As it's film Friday I thought i'd give this one a go.
It's a photograph of a 25 year old film negative. taken at the Kennedy Space Center.
A bit of a faff to photograph and a bit of extra faffing to actually get a picture from it.
Every days a school day SmileSmileSmile
Many thanks for your votes, comments and awards given to my previous effort.
All very much appreciated. PM's have been sent.
Have a good Weekend everyone.

Tags: Black and white Digitally manipulated Kennedy space center Film Friday photographed Negative

Voters: mrswoolybill, DaveRyder, MediumSizeUnavailable and 30 more

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SlowSong Plus
11 9.0k 30 England
29 May 2020 6:34PM
Marvellous. It must have been such an interesting place. Love the authentic grain and fuzz. Smile

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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
29 May 2020 6:53PM
The image rocks Dave !! A good result.
Isabel GrinGrin
29 May 2020 7:08PM
A great and interesting historical image.
29 May 2020 7:16PM
Lovely capture, Dave.
dark_lord Plus
16 2.6k 677 England
29 May 2020 9:30PM
I've been watching a number of space related programmes on TV recently. This looks like a Saturn V.
29 May 2020 9:42PM
When I were a lad Apollo were a bottle a pop!
Call me old fashioned but don't these work better when they're standing upright? 🥴
Well done Major Tom, with best wishes from Ground Control. (Since when did the ground need controlling?)

PS Did you try flying this to Barnard Star and back to test your eyesight? 🚀 👨‍🚀
saltireblue Plus
10 10.7k 62 Norway
30 May 2020 8:12AM
We'll just call you Elton from now on, then. You don't even have to change your user name...just don't expect to be called Mister Elton, though. The other Elton is a Sir and has Hercules as a middle name. I always thought Hercules was Steptoe's horse, not a rocket man...
30 May 2020 9:59AM
Very interesting shot, Dave.
But aren't they supposed to take off vertically?

dudler Plus
16 1.2k 1667 England
30 May 2020 10:22AM
That last comment puts me in mind of one of the few editions of Top Gear I've ever seen. The one where they launched a Reliant Robin towards the sky.

A Very Silly Thing To Do. I feel there's better use made of one somewhere near Slough, sitting outside a pub advertising exotic dancers. The best Robin is one that NEVER MOVES.

In terms of rockets, there's a marvellous documentary on Netflix using old footage of Apollo 11. The earlier sequences are of stunningly high quality...

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