Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The camera is now in Sweden!

Thank you Charles for passing it on! The camera turned up this afternoon. The weather forecast for this week is very uncertain, it will most likely be rain. So, I guess that I will shoot B&W just as my fellow Europeans. That's all for now!

/ Henric

Some More From Broxbourne




My final shots. This project has been great fun!

Hoddesdon



My father in law calls this jewel of 60s urban planning no me Hoddes don.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

One more! CVNP

Thanks to Emily for putting together this project. I enjoyed trying out the new camera!

More CVNP





Cuyahoga Valley National Park






Here are my shots from NE Ohio, taken in and around the CVNP.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Facebook

Thanks everyone for you participation so far - all the photos have been amazing to see!
We have started a Facebook group if anyone is interested in joining, here is the link:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=123312644357136&v=wall&ref=mf

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Bayford

Bayford is a village in Hertfordshire set in some very pretty countryside. It also has some great pubs which serve a mean lunch. These photos were taken after a couple of pints and a gammon steak.



The New River


This was taken the same morning as the River Lea shots. The New River is a canal built in the 17th century to take drinking water to London, which it still does. Having seen some of the things that float down the river, it's a wonder anybody survives there.

Still it's a peaceful spot. I live in one of the houses to the left of the river; I'm right at the end.

The River Lea

So here is my first batch of images. These are photos of the River Lea at Broxbourne taken on a sunny Saturday afternoon and shot with Kodak Tri X which expired many years ago.

I hope they do this blog justice.


Sunday, May 16, 2010

Aloha Broxbourne!

Pleased to say that the Vivitar arrived safe and sound in Broxbourne (in England) yesterday. Already shot a couple of rolls though it so will upload these shortly....hopefully the shots will be in focus and won't have my finger blocking the lens!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Traveling Toy Camera in Valencia, Spain. ( Part I )


The brilliant Spanish sunshine is not always good to take pictures, but finally I've succeeded.
My proposal for this project is divided into three parts: people, places and shapes.
I have lot of fun with this project and now I just hope you enjoy my contribution.