An old house I found down south in Bergen a while ago last time I was there walking about without anything special to do. I think it's from the M3 rangefinder, handheld on some quite long exposure time. At least by the looks of it. And it was in the middle of the black night as well, so that might explain a few things. Could also be snapped with the M6, but that would be the same thing inside a slightly different shell, more or less.
Rumors from home tells me that the wife is looking through my files of snaps to see if there's anything there worth hammering a nail into one or two of the walls inside the cottage for. I guess she'll come out empty handed after quite a while of searching.
Because it's not the easiest of jobs, I know. At least I hope I'll get the job of printing them, should there be anything found at some point worth hanging.
Oh, and I was actually featured some time today. On the Ilford Blog and everything. I guess you might have heared the story and seen the snaps one or three times before, but anyway I was kind of happy to see the thing after all. I wrote it quite a while ago, just saying.
I walked myself straight into a crowd of birds eating stuff laying in the middle of the road. I had the M3 partly ready, because you know what's going to happen, just not exactly when and to what degree. This one ended up on the boring side, I realize that, but it's always worth a try. Besides, I'm running out of snaps to show off here, so I have to post'em no matter what.
I cheated today, on the 365@50 project. Seems like I might have abandoned the part of the idea involving using only one lens for the project. I don't think it's possible, to be honest. I'm in no way a "one lens man", and even though I think the idea sounded like a good one in the start it would have the potential to shrink or narrow the project quite a bit, and I would say it's narrow enough without having to shoot only with the 50mm through 10 films. At least that's what I'm thinking at the moment.
So, I went for the 35mm today and it did the job. I think.
After all we know nothing about just that until development day another few weeks from now.
A wall with a hole inside, in the middle of my old hometown. Sometimes I like this snap, and other times not very much so. It might be worth stroll this way some other day with a bit more light outside. It's from the photowalk some time ago, Nikon F3 and who knows what lens. Probably something in the region of 50mm.
And finally just one more thing. Have a quick look at these frames! Seems like I need to get home and get some film loaded into the 120 format Diana, or something. I liked them a lot.
But then again it's a proper photographer we're talking about here.