Stretching out forever.
Past blends with the present.
Pleasure in simple things.
Fragrance of ripening fruit.
Flowers just past their best.
Images captured with Olympus OM10 and 100 ASA black and white film.
A brilliant set of pictures.
What a captivating set, Andy. The use of film gives the images a nostalgic feel – these could have been taken in 1960s Yugoslavia. Lovely.
Love the wreath the best!
Thank you! I had fun with my old camera and a roll of mono film. More to come…
Thank you! The markets in Belgrade are full of great subjects….
Plus your technique………
I fell in love instantly with your blog.
You are very kind :-), thank you
Just truth !
Mike, thank you, means a lot to me! Sorry for late response to your comment, it somehow ended up in my spam folder 😦
Oh dear! I’m glad you were able to fish it out 🙂
Better late than never! I’m hoping to show a few more mono shots soon….it’s great to use film again!
I think parts of Belgrade are absolutely perfect for this kind of treatment. And getting back into film is quite a revelation!
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