Window at Sea

On the B.C. Ferries Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen run.
(Camera: Konica Big Mini BM-302; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)

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5 Responses to Window at Sea

  1. Ehpem says:

    Gary, this is a wonderful shot. I have tried for this kind of thing, but never succeeded – you nailed this one.

  2. Gary says:

    Kind of you to say — thanks. I was fortunate with the lighting.

  3. I like this one very much. It almost looks like a print by Christopher Pratt. I am looking for a new compact camera to replace my now-deceased Ricoh GR10. Would you recommend the Big Mini 302? Have you had any problems with it?

  4. Gary says:

    Hi Marcus:
    Hadn’t noticed the Christopher Pratt look to this picture before, but I see what you mean. Perhaps us Canadians share a certain aesthetic. As for the Big Mini, I’ll be doing a review soon, but the short answer is that I haven’t had any problems with it so far. It’s a good camera.

  5. Thank you for the information about the camera. A used one in good condition here (South Korea) is not cheap. The 3o2 is about three hundred Dollars. Ouch.
    I knew about Christopher Pratt because I’m originally from Newfoundland and I saw his prints in Cultural Heritage class, museum trips, etc. I rediscovered him again after seeing Sam Abell’s photos of Newfoundland and bought a collection of his (Pratt’s) prints in book form.