If you walked out the end of this print, you would fall 100+ feet into the rocks on the Montreal River.
I am very pleased to see a consistent growth in both people returning to analogue photography, as well as new photographers who grew up in the digital age that have become enamored. It is reflected in camera prices on Ebay as well as the proliferation of analogue photography sites on the net. This means security in finding film, in addition to the growth of entrepreneurs (like Catlabs, Intrepid Camera, Chamonix Camera, etc). A phoenix rising from th fire.
Took Benny to the Black River at Sandstone Falls after supper with the 3.5F to test it out. We timed it just right as when on the way back up from the river and falls on the myriad of stairs, down came a group of over 30 loud tourists. When the leaves go, so do they.
“A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.”
― Diane Arbus