I started into photography when I was still a teen….nineteen to be exact. I learned the darkroom basics at Cambrian College and furthered my education at Fanshawe in London, ONT.
(Of course, I was never the academically inclined type, so never made it much past the first semester in either college.)
The image below was take as part of a photography course excursion with Fanshawe. It’s the flowerpot islands off Tobermory way back in the day.
I was very shy, very green, but very passionate about photography. I tool my camera everywhere, and the photo of the old fish hut is testament to that. While visiting my home town of Blind River Ont, I grabbed a quick shot of this neglected hut.
Of course, everything was in black and white. Shot with a Mamiya twin lens reflex.
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