June 15, 2010

zenit-b, volume twenty-nine







First and last was taken by Leo.

23 comments :

  1. ahh! I have a same polaroid camera. :) it is the best one! a little Egyptian girl who lives above me was playing with this camera and she banged it really hard on stairs. x( I'm worried about it and trying to get a new one but nowadays they are really expensive and hard to get. :(

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  2. Helt underbara bilder som vanligt!
    Jag älskar den på brevlådorna. Hade gärna sett den på min vägg (så snygg är den).

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  3. Wonderful snaps, the sunlight in the first one is beautiful!

    x

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  4. all are so beautiful! i love the first one most :) you're both talented photographers :)

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  5. You & Leo make such beautiful art together, I can write a story about it. All of these photographs are wonderful.

    # 1

    The sunlight (looks like early morning) is so soft & ethereal; I love how it is reflected in your bangs & eyelashes, how it dances on your coat.

    # 2

    The contrast of your skin against the clover is striking. I would really love to see a collection of these (the night shot of you sitting on the grass in white tights would make a lovely addition). depth-of-field is fantastic, too!

    # 3

    Where is this field? It looks like a dream, something in a storybook.

    # 4

    I like mailboxes, too. Where I am currently living, mailboxes sit in a row on the side of the road & I have always wanted to photograph them.

    # 5

    Old cars (new or more contemporary models are way too trendy & ordinary to me) add such character to photographs. I look at this & imagine both driver & passenger stopping just to walk in the woods.


    # 6

    I love how the land seems to be unrolling like a carpet as you walk.

    Sorry my response is so long, I am really drawn to these photographs.

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  6. O my goodness, those are gorgeous photographs. I love the last two most of all, there is something nostalgic about them...
    I shall follow your blog, it is quite lovely...

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  7. I adore the photo of the clover, I never see this sort of bokeh in the background of a subject, there's something artisticly beautiful about it.

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  8. i love the feeling i get when i look at the fourth one... the picture itself is simple, but it leaves you with a feeling of wonder.

    beautiful!

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  9. Ja gillar den med klövern. Gräset i bakgrunden ser ut som från en målning. Och den sista av Leo är också jättefin.

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  10. The first two are seriously amazing :)

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  11. oh, i really love all of them. wonderful work! xx

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  12. I love this post and I love your book. I've linked you on my blog, I hope it's okay. If not, please say so I'll remove the post asap.
    Cheers, Jenny

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  13. thanks for all your comments, people!

    roadluna: that's too bad, do you know if it works as it should? I hope you can find a new one nevertheless! and yes, they are really expensive these days :/

    gholen: tackar! om du någon gång verkligen skulle vilja ha den på väggen i valfri storlek så släng iväg ett mail till mig :)

    bianca: no need to apologise, I love reading your long comments! the sunlight in the first one is during sunset, but I do think it looks a little like morning as well. the yellow field in the third is a place about fifteen minutes from my house. I've never had a chance to photograph it before, I'm always too late and come after they've already harvested it. a little luckier this time :) the sixth is probably my favorite of the bunch, I love how the grass has a slightly different tone on each side of me.

    jennifer: thank you so much! and I do not mind at all, thanks for mentioning me :)

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  14. The second photo I absolutely adore. A favorite for sure!

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  15. ohh, the mix of photos in this post are wonderful!

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  16. Beautiful! What camera are you using?

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  17. tack linn!

    rhart: thank you! I use a zenit-b, a regular 35mm slr :)

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