Mayne and Miscellany

This is another roll of film from my summer backlog, dating to mid-July when I was back in town for a week or so. These are all taken with my Canon Elan 7N, most often, or perhaps always, with the EF 50/1.4 mounted. Most of these shots are taken on, or on the way to, Mayne Island where we visited for a day but a few are taken in the Chinatown area of Victoria and nearby.

Mayne Island is a beautiful place in British Columbia’s Gulf Islands – they are the same geographical feature as the San Juan Islands across the border in Washington State. A lucky few find a way of living in the Gulf Islands, a life that has many attractions.

The rest of this roll is experiments with intentional double exposures. By and large they are fails, but if interested you can find them at Ross Bay Villa Doubled on my blog (at this link) published simultaneously to this post.

Chinatown Umbrellas

Ferry Detail




To see an enlarged version of any image in the gallery below, click on it and then navigate to others with the arrows or with swiping.


Roll 38: Canon Elan 7N; various lenses; expired Fuji Superia X-TRA 400, shot at 200 ISO, commercially developed and scanned.





7 thoughts on “Mayne and Miscellany

  1. Reblogged this on burnt embers and commented:

    Yesterday’s post featured double exposures from this same roll of film. If you click through to 52Rolls, you will find the rest of the roll which is from Mayne Island, and around Victoria.


  2. Pingback: Mayne and Miscellany | burnt embers

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