Most of these shots are along the Victoria waterfront – between Beacon Hill Park and Ross Bay Cemetery. The other one is a shadow in my living room with sunlight entering in a way it only does a few days a year, if it’s not cloudy and if one is around to see it.
I had this camera along with me for a week or two; I often pass the storm drain in Ross Bay and I stopped a few times to capture the variations in the morning light.
The rest of this roll is at 52Rolls in a post called Haida Gwaii Canoe which features photos of an unfinished canoe in the forest near Juskatla Inlet, and miscellaneous shots from travels with this roll of film.
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Olympus mjuii (Stylus Epic), Fuji Superia Xtra 400, expired, commercially developed and scanned.
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