I found myself at the rooftop of the building at 5 in the morning. From there, I took a photo of the Mosque’s rooftop.
I took a walk into the empty town streets afterwards. I chose to be extra strange with my photos today but they turned out not stranger than my usual shots after all.
My mind was foggy. I really didn’t know why I was out at that time with a camera. All I knew for sure was I couldn’t sleep.
A set of lines across those frames don’t really express how confused I was this morning. Maybe the water puddles in the rooftop do but still. The rest feel paradoxically neat and broken.
Perhaps, this one photo might have the right idea
I was out for about only 20 minutes, I think. It felt longer and most importantly, It felt tedious! I think I didn’t want to be out but also couldn’t stand being home. I guess this is why this photo represented home to me this morning.
Camera: Olympus OM-10 | Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 @1600 ISO
I was on my way to the beach around 5am and I took these photos. I kept their white balance as is because I like them that way except for the last two which I tweaked a bit.
I also shot a Tri-X400 roll at the same time but it’s not developed yet. It was just a test. I’m not sure that that film is suitable for sunrise photos. I tried to avoid direct light so I hope I’ll get a few good ones.
I like it when I go browsing my old photos and I find decent shots. this one was taken September 13, 2013 at exactly 17:32.
Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ1 edited on Analog Efex Pro 2
Texture Tuesday: Breach II
I took a walk looking for ineresting shadows (for WPC) even though I knew I wouldn’t find any; it was too cloudy. Anyways, I took some nice pictures regardless.
Tree. Branches. Dark Paths Across the Sky.
Lush Green in Winter
Kings of the Trash
The Oldest Door in Town (perhaps)