Oakville on a Sunday in Early Fall

 I met up with my friends John and Dana from Toronto Film Shooters one Sunday morning two weeks ago for coffee and a short photo walk. We wandered around Oakville Harbour and Tannery Park by way of the Rebecca St. Bridge. It was a beautiful morning that started cool but warmed up really quick. I miss meeting up with other photographers and hanging out, at least we got to do it out in the open in a safe environment. 

What amazed me was how quickly the leaves changed along 16 Mile Creek. The power boats and sail boats are going to hoisted out of the water soon meaning it will really be fall. 


Camera: NIkon F100, AF-D 28-105 F3.5-4.5 Macro Zoom lens. 

Film: Kodak Ektar 100. 



Lakeshore and Thomas Sunday Morning._ Three Powerboats at the OPBS !6 Mile Creek Curve in Colour Three !6 Mile Creek Curve in Colour Two Semi Front Yard OYS Basin End of September_ Metaphor for Fall 2020_ For OYS Members Only_ Back to Port Leaving for a Sail_ Early Fall at Tannery Park_

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