From Highway 35 and Dorset to Billie Bear Resort
As much as I like shooting with Kodak Ektar 100, I've grown to prefer Portra 160 over it. For a few reasons, Porta 160 is easy to scan with very little colour correction, almost zero grain, and I'm loving the more "true colour" vibe.
The only thing I don't like like about Portra 160 is price but then I'm sitting on a pile of Kodak Aerocolor IV under the Flic Film Elektra 100 label for more regular work.
One thing I'm really happy about is I finally got a chance to photograph a plane on floats, in this case a Piper Cub moored up behind Robinson's General Store in Dorset. You're up north and you expect to see them but in the ten years I've beeing going up to Billie Bear, aside from the search and rescue DeHaviland Turbo Beaver stationed in Algonquin Park. I haven't seen any float planes up close and personal.
Nikon F3/T, Nikkor AIS lenses.
Film: Kodak Portra 160.