Victoria's Light

Route 77 and its Tributaries

These images were shot on a sunny morning on a drive to and from Sakonnet Point.  There are so many offshoots of Route 77 to be explored.  The Pentax 67 is a camera that I absolutely love.  The Pentax Takumar lenses are the equal of any lens I have or ever will shoot.  For these images I used the legendary 105mm F 2.4 lens.  The camera is a challenge to shoot from its weight and bulk, but worth every aching muscle.  Kodak Ektar film was used here.  I will take this camera to the Azores in a few weeks, it will be perfect for the majestic seascapes, landscapes and street shots in the city and villages.

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