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analogue wednesday #98

from R4R-6 (shot between denmark and portugal). click image for bigger version.

analogue wednesday #97

more crops from R4R-6 (shot between denmark and portugal). brace yourselves — i predict a lot of double exposures on wednesdays from here onwards! :)

a postcard a day

doing a month of letters (and documenting it) was another thing on my latest 101 list… and last april, i’ve done it! :)

the experience went really well. there’s plenty to celebrate and be thankful for in the world, and it’s nice to stop for a few minutes and think about that — and then put those thoughts into words and send them out. i’ve written at home and in-between places, on cars and planes and trains, early in the morning and late at night, to friends and strangers… somehow, i managed to keep it up, always taking photos of the result.

and then, the 30th day suddenly came, and i just kept writing — turns out, there’s plenty more to say! today marks the 70th day of writing one letter or postcard a day. honestly i’m not sure how far i’ll take it… we’ll just have to see what happens! :)

analogue wednesday #96

the first crop to come out of one of the rolls i’ve received from roll4roll.com, my little film swap project!

(click image for bigger version)

R4R-6 was first shot in denmark, and then double-exposed here in the south. the results were definitely interesting! :) dorte shot her roll “upside down”, so the sky pops up in unexpected places all throughout the roll. it’s really cool how things align sometimes, blending almost seamlessly into the next frame… makes it really hard to decide where to cut!

one second everyday — april 2017

mmm… where were we? april, was it? well, better late than never, i suppose! here it goes then:

april was the best — the sun was shining and there was a bit of everything! lots of time with friends and family, ice-creams, postcards, productive workdays, ikea finally opening nearby… and then in the end we went to morocco, which was brilliant! more on that in another post. :)