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I’ve just started to process my images from a trip to Tuscany (It’s going to take a while) and I have chosen these three for September. They have some minor tweaking and all have been cropped. I love patina so I gravitated to the the old tractor instantly.
I came across a demonstration of birds of prey in a small park in a town whose name I can’t remember, and because I don’t speak Italian it was purely a visual show for me. The two young ladies brought these beautiful creatures close enough for all to see and what really struck me was how gentle and calm they were and the obvious respect they had for the birds. It was something I’ll never forget.
Here are 3 September photos from a (120 years old) hospital close by!
Three from Boston
My three for this month, a bit arbitrarily chosen, are from an old yacht race in Cannes, a faux film photo in Richmond and inside an old church in Gordes, next to a yummy bakery where Philippe and I enjoyed naughty croissants after an early morning shoot during a work trip.
here are my three favourite pictures from September. The three pictures are directly related to dearsusan – an article on the site drew my attention to Grainydays and gave me the idea to take my Contax 167MT out of the cupboard after more than 20 years and put in an Ilford Delta 400 roll…. I could have left it at that, of course, but instead I fulfilled a long-held dream and finally bought a Hasselblad 503CW. The pictures were taken on one of the first walks with the Hasselblad through the forest to try out the camera and a Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 4/120 mm CF. In the magazine a roll of Fomapan 200.
Many greetings from Böbligen, Germany, and many thanks for dearsusan!&nsbp; &nsbp; &nsbp;
This picture was taken at the Japanese Garden a few miles from my house in the SF Bay Area.
This month as winter comes to a long awaited end, I enclose a couple of images showing the “Flavour of Knysna” from the Garden Route , South Africa.
Here is a picture of the Danube in Linz/Austria.
Attached are two photos I made in September. Both were made with a monochrome converted Nikon Z7 and Voigtlander Apo Lanthar lenses (35 & 50mm).
Here are a few from September, two from Virginia Beach sunrises, one from Rockbridge County.
Hello from Scotland we both love this place 🙂
These long exposure images using zoom burst were taken with an E-Film ( SOOC jpegs ) called Jeff Bridges https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQR0D3YY1qY and are inspired by the work of Alexey Titarenko, even though it must be said he does not appear to have used the zoom burst technique.
Every year on the 1st Sun of Sep there is a spring splash celebration at the local beach , not that one would notice , as they are more reminiscent of the gloomy Russian winter scapes that Titarenko was famous for capturing.
In A Japanese Garden
Nitobe Memorial Garden is a 2.5 acre Japanese Garden on the grounds of the University of British Columbia. It is considered one of the most authentic Japanese gardens outside Japan. I’ve wanted to photograph it in infrared since I got an IR camera, but it’s a long drive from home. Finally a beautiful late summer afternoon was too good to pass up. These three are my favourites from the an extremely pleasant and satisfying hour and a half wondering around Dr.Nitobe’s memorial. It was worth the drive.
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