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Camping at Hecla Island

The first of two rolls that were taken during a camping trip to Hecla Island Provincial Park. It was a fun trip but it was also the continuation of horizontal lines while using my filters. -KMSB

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Cement Cemetery

The last roll of film was the start of a series of images taken at Pile Henge just outside Winnipeg. It is also lovely called the Cement Cemetery and is worth the walk through the tall grass to explore the unique scenery. Just make sure your tetanus shots are up to date. -KMSB

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The Mysterious Pile Henge

My girlfriend and I made a couple of fun stops during this roll of film. the first was by a field of sunflowers. We, of course, took all our pictures from the roadside and never entered the field. Although the urge to explore between the beautiful stalks was there, we knew better than to go […]

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Roadside Vistas

This roll has only two images. Most of the pictures didn’t come out. thank fully two of the RGB ones did. The first is of cars passing on the road. The second was three images, each one focused at a different distance from the camera. It turned out okay, but it was tough to get […]

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A Stroll Through the Park

As I continue to play catch up with my negatives, this roll brings us back to Winnipeg on a stroll that my girlfriend and I took through Kildonan Park. Several of the images didn’t capture what I was hoping. From the weird blob in front of fuzz … To out of focus flowers … And […]

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Restoration of the Past

Still in Lunenburg on the harbourfront, my guide, Stephen Ernst who captures images using large format cameras and then hand colours his black and white images, took me to a ship construction building that was being restored and set to be opened again for building wooden ships. Later we went to Hospital Hill where I […]

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A Stroll Down the Harbourfront

Now on roll eleven of my medium format negatives, we are still in Nova Scotia and walking through the industrial side of Lunenburg’s harbourfront. A stop at the Dory Shop with my guide made for some great shots of these traditional boats that are still built and maintained. I even managed to create a ghost […]

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Sand Dollars and Shipwrecks

The tenth roll of film showcases how things don’t always work out. The images of the shipwreck that a friend took me too were all too dark. Also, the green filtered image on the second and third image did not turn out at all. Regrettably, I couldn’t align the third set of pictures for the […]

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Lunenburg’s Christmas Trees

During one of our trips to Nova Scotia to visit family, I tried taking some pictures of the Christmas trees in Lunenburg. Every year, volunteers raise funds for a charity by hosting a Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Individuals and companies can make a donation to entre a tree that will be lit during the lighting […]

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Light Leaks

I have been slowly scanning in my negatives and posting them here on my blog. These next two rolls were taken after I discovered that my Mum’s Voigtlander needed a little bit of repair. I thought about getting the work professionally done, but quickly realized that it would cost much more than the 25.00$ to […]