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EXIF data (camera's timestamp may not be accurate):
Camera make and model:Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Exposure length:1/250 ( 0.004 )"
F-stop:9/1 ( 9 )
Focal length:100/1 ( 100 )
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Timestamp:2011:12:12 17:30:15

Monkland, Ontario

Monkland is midway between the 417 and the 401 on the 138 which connects Ottawa to Cornwall. The CP Winchester sub passes through this small community.

December 12th, 2011

I took a breather from my chaotic Ottawa life to test my new camera on CP and CN and on some aircraft at CYOW on the way back up. I learned on my lone CN that my camera's mode dial is much easier to knock than its predecessor and blew the approach shot completely. Overall, big fan of the new camera, though! Keep an eye on the site in early January, should be quite a bit of interesting new material from the holidays...

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