Bollard and rope in fog

Bollard and rope in fog

Here is another from the foggy, plastic camera roll I shot a few weeks back. This is the bollard at the spot where the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic boat-building shed is located on the harbourfront. There’s usually an old guy in a wheelchair there with the crappiest radio you’ve ever heard blasting a local rock radio station.

The bollards along the Halifax harbourfront are a subject in themselves, they vary from pier to pier, some more worn than others. I’m sure this guy gets his top rubbed by a hundred-thousand hands every summer as he sticks out a little onto the main boardwalk and this is usually a high traffic area. The ropes you see are attached to the CSS Acadia, a floating exhibit that’s part of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.

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Technical Details

  • Camera: Holga 120S
  • Lens: Plastic
  • Filter: None
  • Film: Fuji Neopan 400
  • Developer: Rodinal 1+50
  • Development: Small tank for 11 minutes at 20 degrees Celsius. Agitation was for the first thirty seconds, then five inversions per minute.
  • Date: March, 2011
  • Location: 44.647807, -63.570364
  • what3words: boisterous.issue.airplay
  • Copyright: © 2011 Chris Jones. All rights reserved. More information.

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