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.
Used to seeing sand here, not snow…
One of the piers by the beach.
I like to mix seasons. Winter seems more bearable in spring and spring even more desirable in winter. This is Amager Beach covered in one of the few snow falls we had this winter.