Kajalunden

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Spent the whole day at our cabin. Drinking coffee, listening to the radio.
After a few hours, I took a walk down to the sea. Photographed at the beach, and walked for almost three hours. I met two fishermen. One of then had ten kilos of cod. The other had nothing. They were both retired from work, one of them told me he had worked at an electrical plant for 49 years and two months. Now he used to come down to the beach every day - and do what he really loved. Fishing.
They had seen each other many times. They had been there for almost thirty years, and today was the first time they actually spoke with each other.

Kajalunden is a small wooden area not far from here. I took this picture early in the morning, shooting directly into the sun. Had to crop the bottom part because of an error while inserting the film in the film-magazine.

Hasselblad 503cx
Kodak T-Max 400

Comments:
Wonderful picture, like all the other ones by the way. Curious that you still use film to capture such beauty. I don't think I even know how to insert a 35mm film in a camera any longer :(
 
Shame on you, Milan ;) I hope more people start using film again. Or else, I`m afraid that it will be hard to get in the future...
 
I love photos shot directly at the sun, especially wooded ones .. this is gorgeous!
 
its an awesome picture...andi really like how you write...its very interesting and very calming...umm...i hope you are all right and okay
-isabel
 
great photos! you said something about larger negatives in one of your comments...what company makes this?
 
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