In the central branch of the distressingly stark Hamilton public library, there stands a bronze statue of a librarian who eternally gazes down the literary corridors of time.
Shot with the Seagull 4B1 on Holga 400.
I went to visit a pagan friend in Kitchener. I brought along my Olympus Pen D. Despite being nearly covered in electrical tape, it still suffers a serious light leak. Weird how my dodgy plastic box of a Lubitel is fine, but this solid steel chunk of a camera leaks light like a communal pissoir on the Sun. Anyway, I did get some usable shots from the roll. This, of the friend’s altar, was the best.
I think it should be clear by now that my wife Desiree is my most frequent muse. Photographed here on Kodak Gold 100 with a Minolta Maxxum 5000 SLR.