Move along people, nothing to see here.
My previous post is giving me a seizure, so here are three photos from fall of 2012, when I spent two weeks in the East.
I had an old Gralab darkroom clock that I brought from the States, but it can’t be converted to work on Icelandic power (too green?), so my friend Biggi made it into an amplifier. The second hand is the volume control. Works great…just need to clean up the wires.
Portfolio time. I have a love/hate relationship with fiber paper, seeing as I don’t have a dry-mount press to flatten them. I hate having to beg use of someone else’s!
Sometimes I put people in the lava. Things get awkward. The first three are of Alisa Kalyanova for Afisha Magazine (Russia), the fourth is of Malte for his mother. Alisa was in the spring, Malte was in the fall. We have two seasons: winter and not winter.
More of the streetlight series from last night.
Drove out of the city to go to a local farm to get some nice grassfed beef. No grass is visible, just snow and the fjord, dotted with some horses (the cows are mostly inside now). Everything is blue at this time of year. Even with snow, it does not really get white until February or March when the sun clears the tops of the mountains.