Too late for Holga Week

Yes I know, Holga Week is in July… But both in 2015 and 2016 I photographed a couple of rolls with my Holgas during this week.

I just developed them only a couple of days ago….

So, here we go and I hope you like some summer memories in the middle of the coldest winter.

Enjoy 🙂

Holga 120N Ilford FP4+ Kodak HC-110B

Holga 120N
Ilford FP4+
Kodak HC-110B

Holga GCFN Ilford FP4+ Kodak HC-110B

Holga GCFN
Ilford FP4+
Kodak HC-110B

Holga 120N Ilford FP4+ Kodak HC-110B

Holga 120N
Ilford FP4+
Kodak HC-110B

Holga 120N Ilford FP4+ Kodak HC-110B

Holga 120N
Ilford FP4+
Kodak HC-110B

Just me – Holgawise

Just me - Holgawise

Holga GCFN
Ilford FP4+
Kodak HC-110B

 

 

 

 

Chrome Galore with a new camera AND new film…..

Well, that ain’t so smart, I know that… But sometimes I forgot to plan things properly…

So now I’m not sure if it is the lens OR the film that aren’t that tech sharp, but I think it’s the film…  I like the film though, it’s Polypan F by the way. I managed to buy some rolls from a friend on FB, and it was really fun to test it. I have a couple of rolls left to try, and with them

I’m gonna be so much clever, I promise 😉

I hope you enjoy them anyway!  🙂

 

Olympus OM1n Polypan F Kodak HC-110 B

Olympus OM1n
Polypan F
Kodak HC-110 B

 

Olympus OM1n Polypan F Kodak HC-110 B

Olympus OM1n
Polypan F
Kodak HC-110 B

 

 

 

Olympus OM1n Polypan F Kodak HC-110 B

Olympus OM1n
Polypan F
Kodak HC-110 B

 

Olympus OM1n Polypan F Kodak HC-110 B

Olympus OM1n
Polypan F
Kodak HC-110 B

 

Where two seas collide

A little over a month ago, my husband and I made a short trip over to Denmark, to Denmarks northmost landarea (exluding the Faroe Islands and Greenland)
where two seas, Skagerak (part of the North Sea) and Kattegatt collide over a long sandbar.
It´s a very special place to visit, and the light is spectacular. We didn’t have much time, so I wish I could show you more images, but that will have to be from my next visit to Skagens Gren, because I’m not ready photographing there. No way!

If you look closely on the second image, you can see the two seas collide.
Until next time, enjoy:-)

Hsasselblad 503cx + Zeiss Planar 80/2,8 Ilford HP5+ Kodak HC-110 B

Hsasselblad 503cx + Zeiss Planar 80/2,8
Ilford HP5+
Kodak HC-110 B

 

Two seas colliding

Zero Image 612F
Kodak TMX 100
Kodak HC-110 B

 

Zero Image 612F Kodak TMX 100 Kodak HC-110 B

Zero Image 612F
Kodak TMX 100
Kodak HC-110 B

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