Boyne Valley Provincial Park, an Early Fall Visit.
Boyne Valley is considered "moderate" in terms of Bruce Trail hikes, depending on your level of physical conidtioning it could a be a serious 8.5 km long trek with a lot of up and down through some of the most beautiful landscape in Southern Ontario. My friend Nicole and I had a good long walk through some pre-fall colours landscape on the first cool fall day. The big thing with this hike and I like to put the fear into anyone coming along for the first time, because once you start, you are committed to the whole loop which takes a couple of hours. If you're in decent shape, you'll come out the other end slightly achy but in a blissful state of mind from all the forest oxygen.
I took my Nikon F90 and AF-D 28-105 zoom lens. with me on this hike and used Kodak Portra 400. I was pleasently surprised, I usually struggle with this film in terms of scanning and colour correction. I had the F90 on 3D Colour Matrix metering and apertuer priority. Everything looked almost perfect right off the mark.
Camera: Nikon F90, AF-D Nikkor 28-105 F3.5-4.5 zoom lens.
Film: Kodak Portra 400.