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One of the lesser-known (untrampled by tour bus people) falls is less than an hour from Reykjavik. So much water! Really spectacular to just stand here and witness the grandeur. Oh, and make a few photographs. 📷 🎞 Enjoy your weekend!
“Tindaro Screpolato” by Polish sculptor Igor Mitoraj in Boboli Gardens, Florence, Italy. The face is about 15 feet tall.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled (B&W) programming. 😁 Detail from Gaudí’s famous and fabulous Parc Güell in Barcelona.
More color #pinhole at Spruce St. Bridge and Balboa Park. Zero Image 2000 with Fuji NPZ.
First time using color film in a #pinhole. No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞 Swipe ➡️ for more. Fuji 800 NPZ 120.
As seen along Route 66. Horseman 6x12. #film
The Colosseum (Colosseo in Italian) was built from 72-80 AD and is the largest amphitheatre in the world. It was built, in part, by 100,000 Jewish slaves. It once housed a chapel and has been used for a variety of purposes including the famous gladiator contests with an average audience of 65,000. Other uses were mock battles, executions, plays, housing, workshops, and a fortress. The Pope, in 1585, planned to convert it into a wool factory for Rome’s prostitutes, but his untimely death ended those plans. Your Roman history lesson for today. 🤓
Foggy morning along the Seine. I worried that my film would be ruined in all the X-ray machines going to Europe, especially infrared and 3200. But I’m happy to report, even with several doses, I’ve never seen any fogging. So now I don’t worry. Kodak HIE. The one. The only. The best! R.I.P. 🙁
When people look at my photographs, I want them to feel the way they do when they want to read a line of a poem twice. ~Robert Frank
The journey... is the destination.
You have brains in your head, you have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. ~Dr. Seuss
Retirement goals. 🌲🍁🌞📷👍
Daggers of Ice A cascade, a crescendo a waterfall a torrent daggers of ice, hanging from the rusty fire escape, menacing, hanging frozen fury, captured, preserved on the metal rails, the black paint peeling under the stilettos not quite vertical lines, frozen motion yearning for the ground angles from the wind, the storm sound too frozen, in the drip, drip, staccato in the melting, of the daggers of ice. ~ R. A. Foss
Still in use today, this church was built between 1200 and 1250 and is famous for its healing crucifix. According to legend, it sweats once a year on "Olsok" (July 6th), and the sweat has healing power. Røldal was one of the most important sites of pilgrimage in Norway during the middle ages and pilgrims continued to come until 1835, longer than any other place in Norway.
Live thy Life, Young and old, Like yon oak, Bright in spring, Living gold; Summer-rich Then; and then Autumn-changed Soberer-hued Gold again. All his leaves Fall’n at length, Look, he stands, Trunk and bough Naked strength. 🌲 🌳 🍁 🍂The Oak by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Autumn in San Diego = 70° and sunny. 🌞 Checking out Balboa Park with @evieericksonart 😁
One-Foot Arch, La Jolla. This is the miniature version of those famous arches in Utah. #pinhole No lens + film = magic 📷 🎞 Handmade driftwood camera from the Baltic Sea.
Reflecting upon autumn. 🌲🍁🍃🍂