There was a roll of Fuji Provia 100 that sat in my Rolleiflex TLR since my short vacation in Switzerland almost 2 years ago. I managed to fill the roll a while ago, and from then on it had its home in the freezer, until I decided to develop it at the beginning of this year. I usually shoot slide films rarely, which means I develop them rarely. To be efficient enough with the chemicals, a set of two rolls is needed. So far it has taken a long time to get those together. But given the current contents in my freezer, I think the wait time until development will shrink in the future. I do like the saturated colors and the high contrast caused by the low dynamic range.
Where: Switzerland and Bavaria
Camera: Rolleiflex TLR Tele 135
Lens: Zeiss Sonnar 135mm f4
Film: Fuji Provia 100