Millennium Park

A couple weeks back our camera club headed down to Millennium Park in Peterborough to do some shooting. I work right beside the park and take (almost) daily strolls through it, so I wasn’t really up for any photography. These are places and things I’ve seen every day for 15 years, so nothing really jumped…

Quaker Oats Trail

This is a spot I’ve wanted to photograph for a while, but had no idea how to access it. It’s a portion of the Otonabee River south of a dam, where the water levels fluctuate depending on how open the dam is. Two weeks ago, our camera club visited this location when there was minimal…

Lang Grist Mill and Hope Mill

Last week, the camera club went to a couple mills just north of Keene, Ontario. Both of these I’ve been to several times and have even brought the large format camera with me. It’s been a while since I’ve had it out, so it was fun to go through the time consuming process of making…

Classics at the Barn

This is actually a post from two separate outings to this car show. The first show, I brought my son, Nikon F3 and a roll of Kosmo Foto Mono 100. The second, I was with the local camera club, my Pentax 6×7 and a roll of Arista EDU Ultra 400. I’ve been going to this…

Old Mill Park

It’s been a while since my last blog post. I just haven’t really wanted to develop much film, plus the high outdoor temperatures aren’t helping. A couple weeks back, our camera club met up at the Old Mill Park in Lindsay. I’ve never really been to Lindsay before. The trail along the water was a…

Little Lake Cemetery

Two weeks ago, our camera club returned to an old favorite – Little Lake Cemetery. I’ve been coming to this location ever since my renewed interest in photography as it’s a quiet spot on the water surrounded by history. I’m slowly working on a photo project to capture the things that loved ones leave on…

Toronto Walkabout

Two weeks ago I was in Toronto taking a course for work. I was staying right downtown and was able to get out for a quick photo walk with my Yashica MAT-124 and a roll of Ilford HP5 Plus 400. I was pretty happy with how most of the shots came out. Camera: Yashica MAT-124…