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Steve Ember


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Seabus, Vancouver Harbour

An Ektachrome Travel Memory…

The late afternoon sunshine of a perfect September day paints Vancouver Harbour and the hills of
North Vancouver in an inviting golden glow, as this Seabus ferry crosses to the northern shore.

The North Vancouver skyline may have changed, but this was how it looked on a photo-enticing
afternoon in early September 1999 as I explored the Vancouver waterfront with long lens in tow..

The scene was captured on Kodak Ektachrome EL-400 film through a Canon
Image Stabilized 75-300mm lens, wearing a polarizing filter, on my EOS-1.

It is presented for the first time in celebration of the recent announcement by Kodak Alaris
that it would once again be manufacturing an Ektachrome slide film later this year.

©2017 Steve Ember

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