Being an amateur/beginner/novice in the art of developing film, I was not aware of the need of protecting the developed film from raindrops entering through the window of my car. Fortsett å lese «Some playing in the darkroom»
This is one of the most famous scenes from Stavanger. The three swords in the rock at Hafrsfjord to simbolize the union of the country made by king Harald Hårfagre by the year 872 or so.
The beautiful Stokkavannet, a lake in Stavanger. Lots of swans and ducks there.
From Oslo Airport Gardermoen. Stay Focused. Important in photography as well. Heading back to Stavanger after two days trial at the court in Oslo. Sadly, we lost the case.
Karl Johan’s Street, the main street in downtown Oslo. To the right, the National Assembly Hall, in front a famous and old chocolate ad.
My digital setup. Olympus om-d e-m10 with Panasonic Leica 25mm 1.4. In add(c)tion: Zuiko 17mm 1.8, Zuiko 45mm 1.8 and Lumix 14 2.5.
Privileged to befriend Paul Yadao and Leif Hetland. They carry the presence of God wherever they step. God bless you, brothers!
This was for Saturday February 7. My heroes Gaute and Elisabeth. Such a joy to chat with young people.
A ridiculous custom, but anyway…