Summer season is in full tilt here in Southern Ontario. And what does one do in this season? Camping of course! We packed our 28′ trailer and headed 2.5 hours up north. Our usual spot up there is Craigleith Provincial Park right on Highway 26 in between Thornbury and Collingwood. Since this trip we have ventured to some new ones and have realized that the actual camp site isn’t the greatest. You are on top of other campers with no or little privacy. There’s nothing worse than opening your door to be stared at by 10 family members! I took the Mamiya RZ67 medium format camera with me which by far is now my main go to camera. I has some expired Kodak Portra 160VC 120 film loaded. Not much “Jason Lee” shots in this bunch.
“If I saw something in my viewfinder that looked familiar to me, I would do something to shake it up.” Garry Winogrand