After a while I got the film itch again. I was longing for the adventure of shooting with a medium which has it's limitations (compared to digital), but also the thrill of not knowing what the outcome would be (partly due to my inexperience with shooting film). I visited some websites selling 35mm film, watched some Youtube channels and decided that I wanted to try Kodak Tri-X black & white film. A more contrasty type of film, as opposed to the more neutral Ilford black & white film I shot with before.
See the photos I shot here below...
One of the first shots I took was a selfie, together with my favorite model ;-)
Walking over one of the many bridges in my neighborhood.
I decided to be a bit more adventurous and go past some farmland, through mud and wet grass, where I discovered this messy garden.
Kept my eye out for beautiful shapes, lines and structures, like this piece of barb wire fence...
...or like this withered brier...
...or this beautiful flower.
We ignored no entry signs ;-)
Leaving wet farmland for the even wetter woods
I should have brought my boots.
Builders busy. Not destroying nature. But changing farm land into a place more suitable for wildlife.
Some deer, watching us from a safe distance.
We left the forest and walked past this church, on our way home.
Nikki clearly had walked enough, and wanted to take the bus.
We finally arrived home, where the X-mas ornaments smiled and welcomed us.
For now Nikki had no more energy for playing with her favorite toy (a football).
First she had to sleep.