Drain with Kelp
These photos from the Ross Bay storm drain were taken while testing a 1984 Minolta AF-S point and shoot camera with Fuji Superia 400 colour film. It turns out that the camera under exposes by about 3 f-stops, so these shots are converted to black and white to see what can be recovered from the negatives.
I tested the camera on two different days including quite a few shots at the storm drain. On the first day there was a bull kelp draped across the drain which is the subject of today’s post.
Much more information about this camera, including many of the (very blue) colour versions of the test shots, is published simultaneously as one of my 52 Rolls project contributions at this link.
Any one else see the face of the drain in this photo?
Minolta AF-S, 35mm/f2.8 lens, Fuji Superia 400