This has to be one of my favourite prints in a while. The Cheltanham Badlands south of Belfountain Ontario on the Bruce Trail have always been a challege for me. The problem is the range in exposure values between the dark rust red ground and the sky. I lucked in with a partly cloudy day and if memory serves correct a yellow filter on the lens. I used Ilford FP4 and it was lab processed, I learned out to develop my own later on in the spring of 2006. I printed it on Kentmere Fineprint VC FB paper with a glossy finish.

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