Warsaw Caves Conservation Area is a favourite spot of mine. We’ve been coming here for as long as I’ve lived in the area. This time we had the entire place to ourselves. The caves themselves are quite small, but fun to explore if you like getting dirty – which on this particular day I did not. Plus there was a thin coating of ice making things a bit slick. That didn’t stop my wife from getting right into them though. It’s usually a challenging place to photograph as the light is sometimes tricky and the crowds can get in every shot. We were there on a Monday morning and the light was dull, so it wasn’t too bad. I’m still not overly happy with how these turned out, though so I may return in a couple weeks. Check out some other shots I’ve taken at Warsaw Caves over the years.
Camera: Pentax 6×7
Lens: Pentax 75mm f/4.5 SMC Takumar
Film: Kodak TMax 100
Developer: Kodak HC-110 Dilution B @ 21.6C for 5:16 minutes.
Scanner: Epson V850
Catalog ID: 2018-067