It always takes me a long time to shoot a roll of film. In this case I started back in July and just recently finished it and got the pictures developed.
It’s always like opening a present – you never quite know what to expect but in this case I’m incredibly pleased with the results.
These pictures were taken on a particularly cold and foggy day in my hometown just a few minutes outside of Vienna. Winter this year has been incredibly long and strong but I think we’ve survived and spring’s just around the corner.
/Shot with my granddad’s old Canon A1 and Kodak TMax 400 black and white film.
I’ve spent a lot of time at the stables. Lots of sheep running around right now – Sargon’s losing his winter fluff and we’re finally able to work in the riding arena again. Wheee.
I attended the opening of the Kunstkammer in the Museum of Art History in Vienna.
I’ve also spent a lot of time studying for uni exams. Uni’s going quite well so far. Far better than when I first started. :)
I found a roll of film in my very first camera. Judging from the photos I got out of it it’s been in there for about 7-8 years. I truly found some treasures. (See here.)