Minolta XD Mania Part Two at the Brickworks.

I last visited the Don Valley Brickworks last November and had some fun shooting in that environment. I didn't go in and explore the oven area because I wasn't packing a tripod, and you needed one in that lighting environment. Out back, the former pit where the clay was mined is now a park. What's really cool is the Brickworks is a community hub, on the weekends there are all sorts of events booked and in the past I've been to a Toronto Underground Food Truck event.

Getting there you have options, one, drive and pay for parking, two, get off the Broadview Subway Station and catch the free shuttle bus that runs half hourly, and three hike in along the Beltline Trail.

Camera: Minolta XD(11) MD Rokkor X 50 f1.7 lens.
Film: Kodak Portra 400, Ektar 100.

Lathe Parts_

Lathe Parts II

Lathe Parts III

A Corner of the Don Valley Brickworks

This lovely View Looks Familiar

Reflected Brickworks Park_

Brickworks Pond Path

Reflected Brickworks in Colour

Reflected Trees_

Brickworks Pond Path Three


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