I was exploring the country side just outside of Edmonton when I stumbled upon this farm field. Considering that I rarely see fields planted with peas I had to stop and take a look. The beautiful landscape was peppered with small white flowers and on the crest of the hill was a thin strip of Canola. It wasn’t quite sunset but the sun was getting low and some trees were already casting a long shadow on the field. I spent over an hour trying to find the right composition, focal length and camera to use. Here are eight pictures from that day 🙂
(Nikon D7000 & 70-200mm F4)
To Kim’s despair I acquired another used camera! I admire many pictures taken with Lomoography cameras, but I’ve never felt the need to buy a Lomo camera until I saw the Belair x 6-12. I have a specific project in mind for this camera. I want its soft look and panorama ability so I’ll only be using the 6-12 insert 🙂
Even though autumn has already left northern Alberta, I managed to find a fallesque spot to take some test frames. The Lomo Belair appears to be working perfectly 🙂 so until next summer it will sit on my camera shelf and be admired from afar.