18 August 2012

mamiya in kruunuvuori.

it is always fascinating to go back to Kruunuvuori. last tuesday we decided to take a walk around there late in the afternoon: I took my Mamiya RB67 along. I then visited my darkroom last thursday for a very a pleasant afternoon session.
Mamiya RB67 - ilford delta 400:

my favourite prints.
bringing the Mamiya to field trips is challenging because of its dimensions and weight - but it is always worth the effort: I should take it more often!
P.S. the wooden villas in Kruunuvuori look more fragile every time we go there: I believe it is important to take some good photographs of them before they will collapse completely.

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  1. These are beautiful ! You should take it more often, yes ! :)

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    1. thank you, Birdie! :-) I promise I will do so!

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  2. Please please let's use the Mamiya more. I love that camera and the pictures it produces :)
    Can we make some color films before the Autumn comes?

    <3 <3 <3

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    1. we should! actually, it would be wonderful to use some colour films in autumn time too, when the forest is so beautifully colourful! :-)

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  3. bellissimo quel posto! prima o poi ci voglio tornare anche io *-*
    la mia preferita è l'ultima foto in cui jacopo sembra essere dentro una casa... :)
    <3

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    1. il posto e' davvero affascinante, purtroppo pero' non credo che le case rimarranno in piedi ancora a lungo... la natura sta, giustamente, prendendo il sopravvento! ;-)

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  4. !!!
    I esp love the 3rd, 4th and 6th photo!
    What an adventure! I sure hope the wooden villas will not all completely collapse! :O

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    1. thank you, Charlyn! :-) I am afraid it's only a matter of time: I do not know if those villas could survive one more winter... Nature is slowly taking back its own territory!

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  5. Such gorgeous photos! I love the one of you especially against the wooden building x

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    1. thank you so much, Valerie! :-)

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  6. these are truly beautiful! the light and texture are exquisite!

    i think you're doing justice documenting kruunuvuori :)

    and yes, please use mamiya more often !

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    1. thank you very much, Joana! :-) I had a feeling you'd appreciated Kruunuvuori too! ;-)

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