| The beautiful art of film photography |
So finally, after a long dark winter, the light is back.
Today it’s spring equinox, and the first little flowers are showing its appreciation for the light and warmth.
It is a day to celebrate!
And don’t forget, from tomorrow there is more light than dark….
I guess I have millions (well…. not quite, but almost…) of images of hepaticas, but for me, the are never getting boring.
I hope you love’em too 🙂
It is interesting to return to the image archive after a few years.
Suddenly I can see interesting images that I did not see at all when I first developed and scanned the film roll.
Maybe sometimes even find images that I find more interesting than the ones I first chose.
Wonder if there are more …. 😉
A couple of years ago I was in a small community in Södermanland in Sweden, called Nävekvarn. On a walk with dogs and camera, just outside the community, I found this amazing tree. A beech tree with initials, hearts and names engraved in the ancient tree trunk. With a downfall just minutes away, I was in a bit of a hurry! Twelve pictures were exposed at a fast speed with the same exposure. Besides, I only had one lens with me, and that in no way was enough to cover the whole old tree. So it did not become the crop I wanted then, but when I scan the pictures today the details appear more clearly than they probably would if I had time to change lenses. This also leaves a lot to the imagination, which I appreciate, and will keep in mind for upcoming photo tours. Enjoy 🙂