Canon F-1




In the old days, The F-1 was out of reach for me. It was a professional's camera. Far too pricey for a hacker like me.
The F-1 can be had for a couple of hundred bucks now. Thanks to the digital revolution.
Canon's current top of the line camera body will set you back about seven thousand dollars.  You still need to buy a lens
because they don't work without a lens.



Canon f2 35mm FD



Same as above



Ditto



Frozen waterfalls - Holland Glenn, Belchertown, MA

Wide angle lenses can present difficult situations to a photographer. This shot, and others that follow
were taken in a dense pine forest. The low sun was brilliant at 1300 hours.



Bessa L with 12mm Heliar *



Canon f2 35mm FD



Fear of falling
Canon f2 35mm FD



Bessa L and 12mm Heliar



So if it's 1/60 at f5.6 then 1/15 should be......



Empty most of the time



Fall. A few years ago.

Canon 50mm f1.4 FD



Canon 100mm something or other. 2007.



300 mm f5.6




300 mm f5.6



As above



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Quabbin











Wyman School. Where my education began.



Somebody else lives here now.