Week #15: a lunchtime through downtown Brussels

Going out to the city center, I’ll try to show a few landmarks in this post.  No, not all of them but just a few from a small walk through downtown Brussels.  The Grand Place, Monnaie, Manneken Pis… stuff like that are probably seen by most people coming to visit the city.  So for those…

Week 18, WPPD

As with others, I used my pinhole for this week’s roll for Worldwide Pinhole Photograph Day.  I decided to go to a local state park that always has interesting things to see, Gillette Castle state park.  It is a castle, built on a bluff overlooking the Connecticut river, by a stage actor who made Sherlock Holmes famous…

Good morning starshine

Sunday morning. Up early. Down to the harbour. Strong latte from the mobile cafe serving coffee to stall holders setting up for the markets. Contemplate the wind, clouds, and sun hanging low in the autumn sky. It seems to have risen due east, almost straight down the line of the breakwater. Outside the still waters…

Week 18: Anamorphic Pinhole

Looks like Gretchen and I had the same idea.  🙂 I borrowed this Vermeer anamorphic pinhole camera from Jana.   We met up with a few other pinholistas for a few hours in Jeremy‘s back yard, then went for burgers & beers.  Also with us was Jeff, who took this fantastic image. I had used…

Roll 18_ World Wide Pinhole Day

I chose my newly purchased Vermeer Anamorphic pinhole camera for World Wide Pinhole day. I used Ilford Delta 100, exposed for between 20 and 32 seconds, and resulted in 4 photos. My husband and I went to the Pittock Mansion in Portland to make some architectural images which seem to work best with this type…