Yukon flood on 35mm film

If you follow my insta stories, you may recall that in August I found a Nikon EF300 35mm film camera at the Marsh Lake garbage dump while participating in flood mitigation efforts in the Southern Lakes region. I took my dump find home, put batteries and a roll of film in it, and tossed it in my work backpack to try it out in the field. The flood of 2021 was the biggest one in Yukon’s recorded history, and it made for a summer of seemingly endless sandbagging, cracked hands, wet boots, and way too many Cliff bars. Here is a glimpse of the flood zone, photographed on a 20+ year old plastic point & shoot film camera.

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