Photo essay: Markham & Pacific Mall

Boring story short: The in-laws were out of town over the Thanksgiving weekend, and we had to house-sit/pick up produce from their backyard garden. Between giant slabs of cheap BBQ pork and a million pounds of fresh organic tomatoes, I also took some pics. 

All photos taken with the ancient (by digital camera times) Fuji X-E1 and the 7artisans 25mm f1.8 lens. This combo is not only cheap, but has become my new fun every-day camera setup. The film-like rendering of the first X-trans sensor plus the manual focusing and general corner-fuzziness of the toy lens is really a throwback - but the tiny pancake lens is really sharp in the center.