| The beautiful art of film photography |
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 🙂
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…. 😉