14 thoughts on “The Story of Mother’s Day…

  1. greg g says:

    I’m with Andrew. I love the sequence. Just like the kids, none would be the same without the others…

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks Gents!

      That’s a great way to put it Greg…and number 3 is priceless too.

      Anyway, it was fun to shoot and post…but a bit of a surprise: I thought I had color film loaded in the Hassy! The Producer was not entirely amused. (But she got over it!)

      M.

  2. andygemmell says:

    ps…i also love this film. I used this in about 2008 when i bought an old Canon EOS 5 SLR. I actually prefer it in some ways over Tri X. Tonal range reminds me of the MM :-(!!

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks Luiz!

      I thought about posting #4 on its own, but thought the progression was kind of funny.

      All the best to you and your family!

      -M.

  3. Abilio says:

    These are truly timeless and a wonderful ode to mothers and love….your wife and children will treasure these for years to come! Black and white film work at its finest.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Well thanks, Abilio…

      I hope she does like them; They’re sort of like my “special gift to her” (seeing as how I really didn’t get her anything else…)

      🙂

  4. Jason Timmis says:

    The film, camera and light combo was really working for you but number four is definitely the ‘printer’!

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