More photos from the long walk.
Yesterday morning was a bad morning, well the entire day to be honest 🙂 I had problems walking down the stairs to my kitchen and I had had cramps in my thighs at night, I had to walk around for twenty minutes before I could go back to sleep. Next time I’ll do this I’ll bring proper shoes with me. The walk to the garage was so much comfortable. But I went to work and it got better during the day. Instead I now have bad pain in my right shoulder 🙂
My work friend was going to paint some big lampposts, the big kind You find along the pavements. I’ve lifted these several times without any problems I just lift them up and place them on my shoulder.For some reason, I guess it might be my rheumatism, this was a bad thing to do this time. Now I can’t lift my hand especially high without a nasty pain hits my shoulder. I’m a bit swollen and even a light touch hurts like h… 🙂
Luckily I’m ambidextrous so I’ve used my left hand when painting all day but my finger joints in my left hand isn’t too happy about the change, not a bad thing that it’s Friday and a short working day tomorrow 🙂 Who knows what else would break in me if it only was Monday today 🙂 🙂 🙂
I now know when they made my “new” camera! There’s something called the Hasselblad code, not even close as interesting as the Da Vinci code I’m afraid 🙂 The code is VHPICTURES where V = 1, H = 2 and so on and the S = 0 Every camera ever built there has a series number that starts with two letters, the ones in my camera is T and I. T = 6 and I = 4, so it is built 1964, the same year I was born 🙂 So for my fiftieth birthday I bought myself a fifty year old camera 🙂 The package with the film rolls has arrived so tonight I’ll figure out how to load the camera with the film, it looks easy enough but we all know things seldom are as easy as they look 🙂
So the first photos will be taken either tomorrow or on Saturday. I’ve bought a light meter but it hasn’t arrived yet so it’ll be a bit tricky. But I found a sort of cheat sheet on the net that they used back in the days when light meters were rare and expensive. I’ve drawn most of it on a paper so I’ll show You how it looks like as soon as I’m done and can take a photo of it.
It’s time for a pot of tea and something to eat.
Have a great day!