Live Free or Die (Part III)


my last post in my New Hampshire series.

It's almost thanksgiving, so almost time to put our tree up.  I love Christmas tree farms in New-England, so much better than getting your tree form Ikea :-)






I slammed my brakes and and parked in someone's drive to take a photo of that poor deer.  I had never seen one like that before, so it was quite an experience for this french girl.  Hunting seems so natural in these parts of the world, although I can't help but feel sorry for these beautiful animals.  In the fourth picture I tried to take a photo of 6 deer that kept wandering around my friend's farm, I didn't have the right lens with me but you can "kind of" see them.

Live Free or Die (part II).

some more photos from New Hampshire.


Photography has been such an eye opener for me.  Seeing beauty in everything and observing my surroundings.  things I wouldn't even have noticed before.

I enjoyed my new Hampshire visit so much, even if most days were gray and cold, and the trees had no leaves and everything looked barren.









combination of portra 400 and agfa vista on my vivitar 35 + helios 44-2 lens... thank you Josia that amazing little camera.  it's is getting a lot of love.

Live Free or Die (New Hampshire part I)

New Hampshire is such a beautiful free country!

I enjoyed my visit there so much.  Here is a first share of my visit at the farm. These were shot with my 35mm film camera with portra 400 and Agfa vista.  Developped at the FINDlab.

I love that I got the running horse in focus while manually focusing :-)









XII

Today she is twelve.

So proud of my big girl.





one day

tomorrow she is turning 12!

so beautiful, so lovely.  I pray her coming years are filled with joy, laughter and feeling secure.

still working on backlit subjects on film, getting there, slowly.

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