The Fuji is in London, pfffew! am such a dummy!!!!! the Rolleiflex had also stayed behind and I did not even notice until Friday!! God is trying to tell me to shoot 120mm rolls again, I know he is. I hope is telling it to the dummies at Kodak too. I shot that picture last week in the Alps after they had 2 inches of snow. This is true.



ICINOIR ET RIEN  go ! go ! GO !GO !

who cares if you don't understand what I am talking about, go and have a look, you know you want to, you can afford to, the washing can wait, spend some time here on my new french blog, never seen before incredibly beautiful images and hilarious articles, just use an automatic translator and you might get lucky, this is such a special blog, you can not miss it, it is only available for a number of days, read it before anyone else, be the first to follow me, make some comments, make some noise, tell me what you think, share it with your friend, rip off my artwork, just copy and paste, even for advert, have it for nothing, tell everyone to come down, enjoy the moment, feel free, spread the word. Don't judge.



Sorry dad

Birthday wishes

I just found the birthday card ( a photo of a pygmy owl, Glaucidium Passerinum) my parents sent me from Switzerland on the eve of my 25th birthday; here is a translation of what my father wrote: Big kisses and birthday wishes for this quarter of a century. I hope you are making beautiful B&
W negatives with the Fuji (dev. Microphen 1+1- time (missing) at 20℃- shake gently once every minutes)
Ensue a major stress as to where the said Fuji (GA645) is. Could it have been lost in the removal? the only possibility is that it stayed behind somewhere, I am nearly certain it made it to France, only nearly; I am going to my mother tomorrow to work on some furniture. I hope I will find it really quickly, I love this camera, I love it stupidly, I suspect ARAKI to use one and it shoot the most beautiful negs and even better Ektachromes. Oh yes... those have gone missing too. What's going on in here?