Steamboat Rock Sunset

Steamboat Rock Sunset

Steamboat Rock State Park, Washington. (Camera: Yashica T4 Zoom; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)


Click here to read my full review of the Yashica T4 Zoom.

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Pine and Cloud

Pine and Cloud

Steamboat Rock State Park, Washington. (Camera: Yashica T4 Zoom; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)

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Spring in the Air

Spring in the Air

Two tulips. (Camera: Pentax ME Super; Film: Kodak 200)

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Raven in the Snow

Raven in the Snow

Manning Provincial Park, B.C.
(Camera: Minolta Hi-Matic SD; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)

Talk about a high-contrast subject!

Click here to read my review of the Minolta Hi-Matic SD.

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Trolls

Trolls

Photographers at Reynisfjara beach and the Troll Rocks offshore, near the town of Vík, southern Iceland.
(Camera: Pentax Espio 120SW; Film: Fujicolor 200)

Click here to read my review of the Pentax Espio 120SW.

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In the Woods

In the Woods

Witty’s Lagoon Regional Park, Vancouver Island. (Camera: Olympus 35 ECR; Film: Kodak 200)

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Grey Vancouver

Grey Vancouver

Vancouver, B.C. (Camera: Olympus XA; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)


A scene familiar to locals — especially at this time of year.

Click here to read my review of the Olympus XA.

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Beacon

Ogden Point, Victoria, B.C. (Camera: Olympus XA; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)


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Little Mac

Little Mac

Penticton, B.C. (Camera: Olympus Trip 35; Film: Fuji X-tra 400)

You can read my review of the Olympus Trip 35 here.

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Winter Water

Winter Water

From Ogden Point, Victoria, B.C.
(Camera: Olympus XA; Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400)


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