Friday, September 23, 2011

Early Netherlands

So early in fact, that these first two images are actually the airport in NYC before leaving.

And oh wow, this is somehow the last of the film from Europe. Now there are just Polaroids left.




Cows near Renkum.

The lake down the street from our house.


This was on my first ride around Renkum. There were pheasants running around on this hill.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The Final Countdown

Photographs from the woods of Renkum. This is the kitchen of the house though...

Kroller-Muller Museum yet again!

One of my favorites in a while.

OK Cowboy

I finally finished scanning all the film from Europe, only took five months. A few more posts of this and on to Polaroids. This is film from around Renkum, NL quite a few from ferries.

To bad you can't zoom on these anymore, this one looks fantastic blown up.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Salad daze

Film from the new medium format camera. I'm not sure what it's called. Nice though, huh?

Also, the Blogspot format has updated. It's pretty awesome. Now if you click a photo, it launches a photo gallery type situation, much better for viewing the photos. Only problem is, you'll miss my witty comments that way.

This is Athens.


I'm not sure if I like the vertical or horizontal version of this double exposure better. It's kind of amazing how your understanding of the image changes based on the orientation.

Might be the first picture of the new camera. This is a nice cafe at a nice museum on a nice canal in Berlin.

There were shrines like this all over Crete. They were to commemorate someone who had died there.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

I'm not telling...

how I made these images. If I did, you wouldn't like them. So why don't you just enjoy the colors for now?

Friday, September 2, 2011

Chania Holga

This is a cave called Agia Sofia.

There was a large rock formation that jutted out into the water. I wanted to see what was around the other side at such an already beautiful deserted beach. An even more deserted, beautiful beach no doubt. I had to walk into knee deep water that was splashing so hard it was throwing me up against the rock next to me. I only had flip flops on that were slipping and breaking, so I took this picture and turned back. I'll have to bring water shoes next time.