Monday, March 16. 8:45am to 11:50 am This is what the city of Warsaw looks like during lockdown. Taking precaution this morning, I decided to walk to the Stare Miasto and back from Ochota (about 11 km rondtrip). During the walk I observed a city normally bustling and crowded with activity of all types empty…Read More
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Monochrome Autumn in Analog.
In additon to my everyday gear, whether its digital or analog, I always have my compact analog Olympus LT-1 with me. Easy to use and small enough to fit in my pocket or bag, the camera has proven to be quite capable of capturing the everyday life that moves me. This was also another lazy…Read More
I blame HAMMER Horror Films for my love of fog.
Its true…. That and a keen imagination heavily insired by Karl Kolchak and Stephen King among others. I could write a serious list of these inspirations but I think it would be safer to say there is hardly a horror film or book that I am not familiar with at this point. But hey…let me…Read More
Tram Stories; Windows
Everyday moments of staring out the window, preoccupied, daydreaming or just being lost in thought while passing time for the appropriate stop to arrive.
Enjoy the ride. I do.
ANALOG; Lomography 400
I have lots of new films to share with you and plan to get to them soon, but one that I shot recently was a bit different from the BNW films I have been shooting. This time I used Lomography 400. After seeing images of the film online and falling for the colors the film…Read More
ANALOG: Ilford FP4 Plus 125
In every roll I have favorites and one always stands out to me more than the others, I don’t always point them out letting you decide for yourself which oneis yours. In this roll there is one that stood out from all of them…..Read More
Reflecting on Reflections
Just a simple puddle that I pass can offer a different way of seeing the world surrounding me and makes it feel vibrant, mysterious and a little more interesting.Read More
Even though the streets never change, the element that makes them bristle with life does.
This is what keeps me coming back to this never-ending cinema; what keeps me looking for new scenes to unfold on the stage.Read More
October 24th, 2013 Fog is something I feel like I have never been properly introduced to until I moved to Poland. Here the fog is thick, luscious and atmospheric, often feeling like a Hammer Horror movie set and half expecting a Vampire to emerge. But no, it’s just a big velvety blanket of nostalgic goodness…Read More