Limehouse On, Part One

 I have not been hiking all that much this year, thank you crappy Summer weather and a tender left knee. I've been out a few times this fall and I guess this is my "Fall Colours" hike. I like Limehouse Conservation Area, it has a lot of photography opportunities. I want to squeeze one more hike in before the snow flies, whether or not I will will all depend on the weather.

Also, I got my first generation Canon F-1 back from a CLA, I wanted to get rid of the shutter bounce at higher speeds, by and large it's gone. This camera was Canon's response to the Nikon F and early F2, it is a system camera and built like a tank, I wanted to try it out, normally I would roll with something lighter like an Olympus OM-1 or OM-2n if I'm on the trail. The F-1 is a fun camera to use, price wise they are all over the place depending on condition, and the seller.

Canon F-1, FD 50 f1.4 and 28 F2 SSC lenses.
Film: Kodak Portra 400.

Eastbound Via Train at Limehouse

Motoring in North Halton

Quarry Powder Magazine_

Black Creek

Light Through the Leaves

Inside the Hole in the Wall Two

Multiple Cracks

Crack in the Ground

Crack in the Escarpment 1

Ceders on the Edge


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