It has been a beautiful winter in Winnipeg this year. I missed a good chunk of winter last year as I was travelling around Southeast Asia, and I really missed the seasons. There just isn’t enough contrast between the wet and dry seasons for me. As such, I find I’m appreciating winter more than ever this year and am already eagerly anticipating spring.
About a week ago we had 3 days straight of ice fog. When it cleared, the contrast of hoar frost against the blue skies was surreal. And, as luck would have it, it was on a Saturday morning when I actually had time to enjoy it! I decided that it was balmy enough that I could take my film camera out for a walk and finish off the roll of film that’s been in there since autumn. I just got the developed roll back and, as I’m banging my head against the wall going through the tedious task of scanning it, I thought I’d share a little photo post with you all.
The first two photos are scanned film negatives. The others are bits and bytes from my digital camera. 🙂