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Another picture taken with an oldie. My Yashicaflex, 120mm film, 6X6 negative tlr camera. This one is from the early sixties and still works fine. I am always…

Today, I went into the thrift store where I found the weirdest, messiest painted Japanese cups — a very delicate china, but the painting was slapped on in a…

A while ago I got myself a Walzflex tlr camera. This is one of the many copies of the German build Rolleiflex coming from Japan. He uses 120mm film in a 6X6…

The Contaflex Alpha and Contaflex Beta, both introduced in 1957, were based on the same body but equipped with a Zeiss Pantar 45mm f:2.8 three-element lens and…

Week three of the 52 frame challenge is called Wabi Sabi, a word I had never heard of before, therefor some research needed to be done. Coincidentally, our…

Also an analog picture. This is taken with a Fujica ST601 , not many of these still work , and the film is Kodakcolor 200. The lens was a Chinon 55mm F1.7, wich…

Another of my oldies, the Yashica Electro 35 GS. A rangefinder camera with a very good lens on it. The Yashinon DX 45mm f1.7 is a very strong performer. Made in…

“Time and silence are the most luxurious things today. “Tom Ford I Love quotes, especially since I feel I am not good with composing writings of my own,, with…

Thesedays I am looking into my photos from this year. and looking for some that should have been posted and for one or another reason did not make it to pb.…

A few weeks ago I visited the Newport Transporter Bridge. I was absolutely astounded by the 112 year old structure that stood before me. Back in the year of…

Well this weekend I got myself a Super Takumar 55mm f2.0, for a steal. Always heard very good comments of these lenses. And I must say it does not dissapoint.…
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