One from the 'archives', the days of film!
Not often do you have such calm weather and waters along North-Sea Coasts. View On Black
I don't know about you, but me I can become so engrossed in the image-taking. I forget time and of course, your eyes gradually adapt to the darkness that stealthily creeps up on you... the sun long gone, the merest of afterglows, a beautiful silence descended, the sea released her typical fragrances, accentuated by the cooling of the night, iodine, salt, fish, tar and oil...
The mirror of the Hasselblad (camera) making its heavenly unique 'KLAK' as I took this 'last' neg, pushing it!
One of the old favourite 'hunting-grounds' was the main industrial harbour of Ostend, in Flanders, Belgium.
Once a thriving fishing harbour, it is now a ‘skeleton’ of what it once was…
This was an image I'd had on my 'list' for quite some time and it all fell into place, AND... I'D BROUGHT MY TRIPOD!!! Huraaaayyyy! (It's for studio, don't like lagging it with me, love to 'travel' light, LOL!)
Well what do you expect with a Hasselblad, hmmm, just look at that quality, no wonder I still have clients who INSIST!
Tripod(for once that I used it) Manfrotto.
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