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Geese and Hay Bales

This roll takes us back to Assiniboine Park and out to Winnipeg’s floodway. The Bales made for great textured shots in black and white. -KMSB

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Return of the Voigtlander

I had had some troubles with my mum’s Voigtlander Brilliant from the start. The camera was first my grandfather’s who bought it in the displaced persons camp in Germany after the war. It came to Canada with him and to the logging camps where he worked for a year before earning the right to bring […]

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Grotto of Our Lady of Lourde

A drive out of town had us stop in Cooks Creek where one of the churches hosts a grotto to Our Lady of Lourde. It was a challenging place to take pictures and it forced me to realize that I have a tendency to take my black and whites while still thinking in colour. I […]

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Ghostly Landmarks

This roll of film took us to St. Norbert, just south of Winnipeg’s Perimeter Highway (Apparently Winnipeg is one of few cities on the continent that doesn’t have a highway proper going through the city, who knew?). St. Norbert used to be far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis that the […]

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A House Fit for a Witch

This roll of film was taken at the park close to us, Kildonan Park. It will pop up often in my rolls of film as it is close, scenic and a beautiful place to practice and work on my photography skills. I may not be great now, but I will be! -KMSB

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Roll in the New Year

Happy New Year everyone! From me to all the STEAM Blokes out there, I hope you have a wonderful and productive year full of happiness and joy. We pick up where we left off: Hecla with our camping trip. This roll of images continued suffer from parallel lines in harsh light when using my colour […]