We might see a result already this week.
Today was just wonderful, I know because I worked in the neighbor factory and walked to and back from that factory. The sun was shining, no wind and we reached well over 10C (50F) during the day. I wished, while I was walking back to my ordinary work place, that the two factories wasn’t that close. Today I could have walked for miles. It isn’t that nice when the wind blows and snow or rain falls though 🙂
It was still very nice but much colder when I came home and we took our afternoon walk. The sun had just set when we arrived by the bog and I could hear cranes by the little lake in the bog. We saw Roe deers running away from a distance and I think I heard a moose walking out on the bog too. Sune took a bath in the creek as he always does if I can’t stop him in time 🙂 That dog just loves to swim no matter how cold it might be 🙂
I did bring my oldest camera with me yesterday afternoon, the Kodak No.2 Folding Autographic Brownie. I’ve figured out that it must have been made before 1919 and the fastest speed on the shutter is 1/50th second 🙂 So I brought the tripod with me to be sure to get as less shaky photos as possible. I used the black and white film, sort of fits with such an old camera and I can always explain any bad photos with the fact that I’m not good in taking photos in black and white.
I mailed the photo envelope this morning with two other rolls of film, if I’m lucky I’ll be able to see how they all turned out already on Friday. A thing I didn’t think of when I used that old camera is that it takes 6cm x 9cm photos ( I think that is something like 1 2/5 inches x 3 3/5 inches or close anyway 🙂 So instead of the twelve photos I would get from my Hasselblad camera I only got eight from this one. They better be good because they will be the most expensive eight photos I’ve ever taken 🙂
It is time for something to eat and some herbal tea or cocoa
Have a great day!