A couple of weeks ago we had a very warm sunny Sunday, (at least by the standards of Toronto in March). That mean a lot of melting snow and ice, and reflections in the sunlight.
Love locks capture a moment in time. I look at them and wonder how the stories they tell evolved. Was the permanence an illusion?
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!
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.
This is my last film photo blog for a couple of weeks, but maybe there will be some digital/smartphone shots rom Croatia.
Recently, the TTC held an open house at one of its maintenance facilities. A fascinating tour!
All images taken with my Nikon F2A and 20mm/f2.8 Nikkor lens on Eastman Double-X film.
Last Saturday morning I was back in the Beaches area, near the R.H. Harris plant. I have shot there many times before, but this was the first time I took my new Voigtlander Superwide 15mm lens, and also the first time I shot Eastman Double-X black and white film with a read filter. Really happy with the results in these images!
Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 15mm/f4.5 Superwide Heliar lens,
25A red filter
Eastman Double-X film