I seem to have gotten into a three weekly schedule. We have also had a very mild winter this year, and no end of precipitation. Where I live, first lots of snow, and for the last month rain and more rain. But at our cabin in the mountains, now that is another story. Bucket loads of snow. I grew up in that area, and have not seen this much snow in 30 years.
So a bit of a mix then, snow and not. Also two weeks of pinholism, and one not.
The ONDU 6×6 again. Lovely little thing. Getting the hang of it too. The extreme field of view, and how NOT to scratch the film. Ilford PanF+ in HC-110. Very, very easy on the agitation, as I read somewhere this combination could give extreme contrast.
Our cabin up in the hills above Lillehammer. I had at this point already shoveled off the roof once, to avoid structural damage to the cabin. I had to do it again later the same week.
Down by the coast a few days previously. No snow at all.
My DIY 6×24 pano pinhole camera this time. TMAX 100. Still having a winter break in the mountains.
The neighbouring property to our cabin. A farm totally rebuilt over the last 15 years. Lovely house.
A very short river connecting two lakes, not far from our cabin.
The following weekend I went to the top of a mountain in a blizzard. Though not the tallest around, the snow and wind sure reminds you of your mortality. But, I´m not the only one around. Indeed there’s even a cafe up there. “Lucy”, my DIY conversion of a Polaroid 110A (takes roll film and Polaroid pack film). Neopan 400, my second to last roll. Very grainy in R09 1:50. Not normally so, but the very white conditions accentuate the grain something awful.
A spruce, covered in snow, on the verge of giving up.
Resembles a three-legged Troll that got caught out by the sun.
Cafe? What cafe? Indeed there is a small cabin atop the mountain. Called the fire cabin, as the view is fantastic (when there’s not a blizzard on), and they used to spot fires from this peak for tens of miles in each direction.
A family braving the conditions. You wouldn’t guess that we have a tradition for Arctic and Antarctic expeditions, now would you?
The DIY 6×24
And Lucy, the 110A / G00SE conversion