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The winter in Sweden has been very mild, where I live it’s been no snow at all…. That is very unusual. Still, I can’t wait for spring, and nature starting to come alive again.
Since my machinery isn’t up and running as I would like it to, I’m looking through my archives, and found these images from my little rose garden, photographed with the wonderful little half frame Olympus PenF, with PolypanF film, hence the blur ❤
I wish you all a lovely week 🙂
On my last post I got a lovely comment from one of my dear followers, he said, Don’t wait for the sun, be the sun”
I’m not sure I have the strength to do that, but I can for sure give you a litte bit of sunshine…. 😉
Sometimes life can be relentlessly tough during periods, and when it is so for me, it is my creativity that backs away and waits for better times.
The last four years of my life have been like this, which is why I haven’t posted any posts on my blogs, nor posted any photos on Flickr for 2 1/2 years now. But since half a year or so, I have begun to regain my life, and slowly, too, my creativity begins to return. From time to time I have photographed some, developed very little film, but have not scanned or processed images in any way, and this has now resulted in a roughly 1 1/2 cm thick pile of films in negative pockets that I will slowly start scanning … 😉
I start with this post, and a picture that is definitely not one of my best through time, but which feels descriptive of the situation I have had, and is working my way out of. Sprawling, but with the help of the sun, green leaves will soon begin to germinate. And now, when the light starts to return so slowly, the warmth also returns with help of the sun.
All my faithful photo friends, analog geeks and followers of my blogs and Flickr, see that I have not yet, and will never stop photographing straight into the sun.
Thank you for your patience, love you all! ❤ ❤ ❤