Photographer's Note

I was stationed at the US Navy base, Argentia Newfoundland in the late 60s. This was shot on my way to work early one winter morning looking east up North East Arm toward Placentia. Our stay in Newfoundland was wonderful (except for the Navy part) and Newfoundland still is - mainly because of the people. This scene probably has not changed much - I think there is a house out on the point now.

I probably used a "new" rangefinder "automatic" Minolta 35mm camera - probably Ektachrome 400 slide film. Unfortunately this is a rough scan so it is a bit chunky. Scanning on a cheap flatbed scanner may have reduced the colour spectrum to almost monochrome, but I find it interesting. (Also, too bad I cut the horse in half.)

Please have a look at where I was - click on Map:View

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