Week 17 – Pen EES-2, micro surgery, & Redscale.

Several weeks ago, I used my newly acquired Pen EES-2 for 52Rolls. It was a joy to use, but I was frustrated by the aperture sticking open under low light conditions, as well as inconsistent exposures. I had read online in several forums that the repair, though delicate, was fairly simple. Due to my not…

Week 17 – A walk through Herlufmagle

Since the weather were fine this sunday, I decided to take my camera on a walk in the little town I live in. And it is a little town with only about 1300 people living here.  The School The Church Mainstreet  Not much life left here. All the shops are closed, only thing still open is a…

Reflections on Poplar Pond

Poplar Pond at Long Branch Nature Center in Arlington, Virginia, is one of my favorite places to photograph. Last year, in early May, I discovered that there were Northern watersnakes living in the pond. No snakes were visible on the day I made these photos, but I visit the pond at least twice a week…

Week 10 – Whitehouse, Ohio

Back from vacation with about ten rolls of film to process and couple rolls from before I left to post about. The Week:  This week I took advantage of a surprise sunny day to head over to Whitehouse, Ohio and walk the downtown area. The Camera:  Looking for color and detail, my weapons of choice…

400TX:365 – Week 16 – FPP Walking Workshop

What happens when a group of like minded photographers get together? A whole lot of photos get taken, often of other photographers taking photos of you. For week 16 I was in lovely downtown Findlay for the FPP (Film Photography Project) Walking Workshop. Even though the weather was pretty bad, we were kept warm by…

Week 16 – Åke Danielssons Scrap Yard

2 kilometers (1.2 miles) outside the little town Ryd in southern Sweden are placed a little odd gem. In the beginning of 1940 a man opened a scrap yard in a bog where he before had tried to dig out peat. Now it is a swampy forest and the cars are spread out over a…