Elm Park in Worcester, late summer, through the fall, features artwork from area artists. Some years are definitely better than others. The artists do try to craft works that “blend in” with the scenery. This year it is particularly challenging, as the park is being extensively revitalized and restored. So, there is a lot less space for work to be displayed. My son and I had a blast taking this year’s artwork in. I shot these frames with the Canonet, and a roll of FujiColor 200.
The midday sun really made for some brutal lighting conditions. Harsh, bluish. The 200 speed may have not been the best choice in such conditions, but, not bad, all things considered. FujiColor really does have a greenish tinge to it.