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What happends after a couple of months in a drawer...

When I go somewhere to photograph, I’ll usually take with me a number of different cameras. My Hasselblad is of course always with me, often together with one or two pinhole cameras and any small point-and-shoot, usually an LC-A. 320 more words

Film Photography

Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge

My response to this week’s theme is perhaps not completely coherent.  It is a set of pictures with a few different interpretations of the topic. 190 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror

via Photo Challenge: Mirror

I’m a bit behind on the photo challenges so I’m looking forward to catching up.

I caught this fabulous view of The Old Man of Storr when travelling through Skye coming home from the Outer Hebrides. 6 more words


North Lewis Poppy Trail

These photos aren’t exactly picturesque but the story they tell is quite interesting. Large poppies have been placed beside the homes or crofts of the men of North Lewis in the Outer Hebrides who lost their lives in World War One. 84 more words


A New Adventure Awaits.....

This year hasn’t turned out the way I thought it would back in January. An unexpected major operation has made me rethink life in general and put things into perspective. 168 more words


A silver lining...

Adventure in the Outer Hebrides.

My dark cloud came in the form of permanent atrial fibrillation, a debilitating heart problem, which leaves you with not much in the tank where exercise is concerned. 949 more words

Waves at Eoropie

Waves sweeping in from the Atlantic at Eoropie (Eòrapaidh) on the Isle of Lewis.

This is the last in my photo-series on water.   Do you have any suggestions for my next theme?   

Image © Jo Woolf