Oh no! Did we forget to take the kid in for the winter?
Another wintery detail made poetic by a Holga lens.
I have a strange fascination with objects out of their comfort zone. Why was this garden chair left in the middle of the lawn? What game was it part of half a year ago? Does it remember – or never forget?
Obviously we are not great at clearing summer items from the garden when the seasons change. But it makes for good images 🙂
Sheer poetry… I love my Holga lens 🙂
Another moody plastic lens moment. I’m sure with a sharp Nikon lens this image would have been kinda boring. Okay, you might still think it is 🙂
When we had one of the rare snow falls of winter I decided to play with my Holga lens. Holga lenses are made of plastic which gives them a very significant vignette and softness. You can’t crop, have to guess at focus and do very little post work. I love the amount of personality you can get for $25 on eBay.
And the show is over for this time…
I found on New Year’s Eve that for photographing fireworks it’s not always what you see that adds the most to the overall effect – sometimes the best effect is what is not illuminated.
Yes, we do fire our own fireworks here in Denmark.