I haven’t been to Toronto’s Distillery District for around a year or so, because of COVID. That changed late last week when I went down early on a sunny morning, with my OM-1 kit and some Fomapan 100.
Two close-ups of statues by graves in a cemetery in Toronto. Sad, weathered expressions, waiting for hope.
Both images taken with my Olympus OM-4T, on Rollei Retro 80s film, developed in Rodinal
As the pandemic slogs on, I am finding I am only halfway here, a living ghost, hoping life can resume.
I have added an Olympus OM-4T to the stable, and this image was taken with my Sigma 90mm/2.8 lens. I love the way this lens renders!
It was a bright sunny day this morning, so good for a quick outing in the neighbourhood.
The winter wonderland snow of recent days is gone, but there are still scenes of interest in Taylor Creek Park
I decided to post three more images from Taylor Creek Park, again taken with my Olympus OM-1 on Eastman Double-X film. In terms of the brief sunshine I was in the right place at the right time!
Two more images from my indoor shoot recently.
Let’s face it: the light during winter is often rather dull and drab. Combine that with the need to stay close to home during the pandemic (and my ongoing back problems!) make looking for indoor subjects at home a good idea, so that is what I did yesterday afternoon. I’ll be doing more of this kind of thing this winter!
Yesterday for a brief while in the morning there was dazzling sunshine, and it was like the forest at Taylor Creek Park woke up from a grey nap.