Concord

Concord is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 17,668. The United States Census Bureau considers Concord part of Greater Boston. Concord is notable for playing a significant role in American history and literature. – travel.yahoo.com

Concord, Massachusetts is historic, having been founded in 1635, the oldest European-settled town in New England beyond tidewater. – http://www.newenglandtravelplanner.com

I shot some Polaroid in Concord a few years ago. This past weekend, I took the Hasselblad into the historic town, one of the birthplaces of America. As my 80mm is being CLA’d, the 150mm was put to very good use here. Ilford Delta 100 is so silky smooth. Developed in D-76.

This woman does not seem to see me or the Hasselblad, but at the same time, does not seem to be very happy, at all-

Hasselblad Street Photography- not easy, but it can be done.

Hasselblad Street Photography- not easy, but it can be done.

Shooting wide open allowed for a nice window view of S. (San) Pellegrino bottles. Medium format allows for crazy, insane shallow depth of field-

S.Pellegrino is the Italian water preferred by top chefs and fine dining lovers all around the world.

S.Pellegrino is the Italian water preferred by top chefs and fine dining lovers all around the world.

Clothes and artisans were everywhere. These stylish hats were irresistible-

Vintage Style Hats

Vintage Style Hats

I also took a roll of Tri-X, which gave me a wrestling match in the darkroom. But this roll of Delta was a complete success. Much more to come. And, the struggle with my Patterson-style tanks have prompted a purchase of some new kit for development of medium format. More on that to come.

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