It’s the first time I’ve been to Sweden and it certainly lived up to my expectations in every way. The children and I found plenty of highly qualified candidates suitable for the position of a Swedish Au Pair, a subject which has long been discussed within the family 😉 Canon 5D Canon 24-105 f4 Aperture and NIK
the Meisterschaft is ours…… In all the years I played the game, I don’t believe I ever once won the league or captained my team. Not bad for his second year of active club football! Canon 5D Canon 24-105 f4 Aperture and NIK f8 1/500 ISO 400 @24mm
…… Langenargen to be exact. Fuji GA 645 PRO Fujinon 1:4 f=60mm Fuji Pro 400H Epson Perfection V500 This last one doesn’t really fit in with the others as it has an extreme light leak which I think makes it all the more interesting.
Continuing on the subject of cars …. Germany’s oldest natural (or temporary) race track. The Schleizer Dreieck (Triangle) has featured in my blog before, back in May 2011 (Week-19 – The Schleizer Triangle), this time on film, from a slightly different perspective and a month earlier in the year. Picture 1: Fuji GA 645 PRO Fujinon 1:4 f=60mm Fuji Pro 400H Epson Perfection V500 Pictures 2, 3 and 4 Zenza Bronica ETRS Zenzanon f1:2.8 75mm Fuji Pro 400H Epson […]
I was going to do this week on derelict buildings and then I scanned these two and all that changed….. P.S. As you see I still don’t seem to have got over my “analogue” phase just yet, and to be honest there’s no end in sight! Zenza Bronica ETRS Zenzanon f1:3.5 150mm Kodak Portra 400 Epson Perfection V500
…..which is nothing new for most of you, but as I managed to get back home for the Farnborough Air Show I was quite surprised about how little London seemed to be revelling in the prospect of one of the world’s largest shows. With exception of Tower Bridge and Regent Street there was very little to be seen. For all you purists out there, I know it’s an HDR and I know colour key is definitely not very professional but I […]