Natural landscapes: when leaves & water merge

AUTUMN MANY YEARS AGO, MARKHAM, ONTARIO

I went ‘way back in the archives to the early 1980s and one of the first autumn photos I did that was worth saving. This pastel-hued collage was made in a pool along a woodland stream just north of Toronto, Canada’s largest city. The grainy look is ’cause I was working with a scanned a 3×5-inch paper photo. Nikon FM2 film camera, probably Kodak negative film (believe it or not), tripod.

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