I was out biking recently and my companion was a Canon AE-1 which I had a test roll in. I had been testing a new lens and was just looking to finish off the roll. Well, as luck would have it, I had a Tamron Adaptall 28-70mm lens on it and noticed a butterfly on this purple coneflower. They usually fly away so I nearly didn't bother, but wanting to finish off the roll I stealthilly crept up and actually got ONE shot before it flew away. It turned out pretty nice. Only problem is that I should a turned the camera to portrait orientation. So I have this nice butterfly picture that I think would make a nice 11x14 (It's Fuji Superia 100 film) but I'd like to do it analog, not as a scan, crop, and digi-print.
could someone recommend a lab that could do this for me?