Boyne Valley, The Second Half.

 I was two weeks too early for fall colours at Boyne Valley Provincial Park, if you have a good year, the vistas are downright stunning. I want to revisit the north end of the park inside the Valley, when I shot it, the colour was green. 

Seeing the scans from the weekend has me rethinking my colour workflow, the magic of matrix metering with C-41 film (haven't shot slide in a while, I have go shoot a roll before fall colours wind down. There some advantages shooting with the F90(x) body and its descendent the legendary F100 (more on that next week).

Again Boyne Valley while officially classified as "moderate" a hike, there's a lot of topography to navigate and if you have been out on semi technical hikes, this will be nothing, those used to flatter pathes and more infrastructure will find it tough. 


Camera: F90, Nikkor AF-D 28-105 F3.5-4.5 lens. 

Film: Kodak Portra 400. 



Burgundy Leaves in a Sea of Green Lavender Coloured Burst in Green Boyne Valley, Eastern Entrance North Half of Boyne Valley One North end of Boyne Valley three Bruce Trail through the Field Nicole on the Trail_ Early Fall Meadow Bruce Trail Through the Fields Red Leaves on the Branch_ Wooden Fence Post with Wire Back Up Barn in the Field Borken Fence_ Thistle Flowers Prince of Wales Road Curve Under the Clouds Two

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