Sep 10

Treasure Hill in Redscale.

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I have now accumulated three rolls worth of photographs taken at Treasure Hill taken over a period of time but it is a place that I’ll never get tired of visiting; ever-changing in the details but staying still like a time capsule in modern Taipei.

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Negative0-15-16(1)Lomography Redscale XR, Pentax K1000


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  1. sarapirat says:

    wow, a lamp junkyard! what is that place?

  2. The place looks so interesting and special!
    I love the red tones of the photographs! I was given a packet of Lomography Red Scale 120mm, which I’m saving for a special occasion… Now I cannot wait to try them out! :-)

  3. Rhianne says:

    I’m still so sad that I haven’t got more of this film to use – I always love the results and these are especially gorgeous, you always capture the most interesting details.

    • Katie says:

      I have one last roll of it in my stash and that’s it – no more Redscale XR! :(

      Thank you for your kind words, Rhianne, it’s so great to find someone who loves the XR so much too!

  4. sara says:

    This looks like a place i would spend a few rolls of film in ;)

    I love this yellow tone <3

  5. Yumi says:

    Aaah…Taiwan…someone take me there.

  6. Dawn says:

    I really love your redscale photos; these certainly don’t disappoint. Treasure Hill sounds like a place where you can lose yourself–both literally and metaphorically. The lamps in the second photo definitely have my attention!

    • Katie says:

      Thank you, Dawn, I think the film itself holds such a huge element of surprise that whatever turns out is very special in its own way. I hope you get to visit Treasure Hill and take beautiful pictures of it some day. :)

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