So, it was such a beautiful day this past Saturday my husband and I took a trip to a new little park off of Lake Erie shores I've heard about not long ago but always passed by. It's a little place called Columbia Road Park and from the street it really looks like nothing... until you walk towards the lake and look down. You're greeted by a stairway that takes you down to a tiny little shore covered in multi-colored stones, a little dirt and sand, some beautiful cliffs and to my surprise a pretty large waterfall pouring into the lake. Absolutely gorgeous! I'm pretty sure this might be one of my new favorite places now. Small, serene and beautiful.
There just happens to be a thick fog over the lake... next to the lke freezing over this is one of my favorite things. I saw a flock of geese (maybe ducks?) swiming in the distance covered mostly by the fog.
I also played around with TtV photography (Through the Viewfinder). It's a type of photography where you take a digital camera and photograph the top viewfinder of a vintage camera. This is a way to use the camera if you can't use film with it due to the film not existing. Luckily the Argus 75 I used for this technique can still take rolls of modified 120 film, hooray! (I also took shots with this camera, will share once developed!)
This last shot is one of the views from the viewfinder of an Argus 75.