Tag: Burlington

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

Sunday, April 28th was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. It was a brilliantly sunny (if cold) day, and to celebrate some of the local film community met up in Burlington for a photowalk. Using the same 120 format pinhole camera I got recently I got the same unpredictable results. Pinhole photography in my opinion is a state of mind as much as it is a specific kind of gear.

All images shot using Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film

Stone Steps

From a recent trip to the Royal Botanical Garden in Burlington Ontario. I loved the looks of these stone steps in the Rock Garden. All images created using Hasselblad 500C/M, 50mm/4 Distagon lens. Rollei RPX 100 film stand developed in Rodinal.

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The Monolith

Today’s image was taken this past holiday Monday in the Rock Garden portion of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, not far from Toronto. I was quite struck by the beauty of this area of the garden, and the large tree stump to me acts like a station or monolith; not alive, but still exerting dominance over the space.

Rock Garden

(Nikon F3 camera,  Nikkor 28mm f2.8 lens,  Kodak SO-331 High Contrast Intermediate film, developed in Diafine, 3+3)