Victoria's Light

This image displays the wonderful qualities of the Olympus XA, a tiny powerhouse of a camera.  It is about the size of a cigarette pack and has a sharp and contrasty Zuiko F 2.8 lens.  The film used here was Ilford HP5, a great emulsion.  The image was shot in Sunday River, Maine not long ago.It's Curtains For You

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