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Diner Dubois Wyoming 2002
Bruce County circa 1979
Co-op, Aylmer 1976 Today the grain hoppers are much larger, as are the trucks. Tractor/trailers now haul most of the grain to a larger facility on Elm St. CN abandoned the rail line many years ago but it is presently back in service operated by Trillium Railway.
Aylmer/London 1976 Eerie double exposute
Aylmer 1976 A bargain store today, but the Amish buggies are still a familiar sight. They have signals today and the quality of the horses is much higher thanks to the demise of harness racing in Ontario.
Garage, winter day 1976
Garage, winter night 1976
Car Lot Noir I remember that light, the wind whipping the plastic fringe upright like flames, the suspicious salesman.
Moving Day #1
Moving Day #2
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Untitled Lost image found in my neg scans. An exciting find for me.
Coe Hill Ont. 70’s wedding
Mirrors, London Courthouse
Innertube Project Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire
Innertube Project Karl Malden in A Streetcar Named Desire. There’s a lot of anger in that film.
Innertube Project Experimental exploration of the CRT strobe effect
Corn Stalk Root 2014
Dundas St. London
Dundas St, London
Manitoulin Island, Ontario
General Steel Wares, London
World Cycling Championship, Montreal 1974 Eddy Merckx, followed by Raymond Poulidor, lead the final five in the penultimate lap near the summit of Mont Royal. Merckx, perhaps the most accomplished cyclist ever, won the race.
Blues Fest, Toronto 1974
Blackfriars St, London 1974
Interior, Murray’s Hardware 1974
London circa 1974 Palace Street kids.
Bearchill and Greenfield Supertest, London 1973
Elmwood Ave, London 1971 My oldest friend and first fellow motorcycle enthusiast, Alan Lamont. We shared adventures from high school to Central America and beyond. RIP, Al, rock on!
London 1974 The dark side of the ’70s.