Suspended cube

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We spent some time this weekend in Leslieville, an up-and-coming trendy neighbourhood of Toronto, where this little lamp (hanging in a restaurant) caught my eye. I tilted the camera way back and tried to hold it steady to get this shot, which was something like 1/15th at f/8.

This roll of film was the first to go through my Yashicamat after a pricey repair (the film advance mechanism had died on me). Looks like the repair worked — the camera felt silky-smooth and was as silent as ever. I hope to spend more time with the Yashicamat this summer.

Taken on Neopan Acros, developed in Instant Mytol 1+1 (8′ at 22C). (My first roll of Acros — so far, I like it a lot.)