Prowling my world, camera in hand

23 December 2006

Week 51: Foggy NL

Filed under: — Administrator @ 22:42

This week is a bit of a mixed bag, both with respect to themes and equipment used. First, here is the official Wajsman family Christmas picture, courtesy of Taco the Cat:
(Canon 1D Mark 2, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)

Then we come to the first main theme: fog. The same stuff that shut down Heathrow airport in London was also in abundance on our side of the North Sea. I took these pictures on my way to work on Tuesday, near Zaltbommel:

Trees and fields:
(Canon 1D Mark 2, 24-70mm L Canon, ISO 100)

(Canon 1D Mark 2, 24-70mm L Canon, ISO 100)

A dike along the Waal river:
(Canon 1D Mark 2, 24-70mm L Canon, ISO 100)

A field a few km south of where the previous 3 images were made:
(Canon 1D Mark 2, 24-70mm L Canon, ISO 100)

The rest of this week’s offerings are from a brief walk in Amsterdam on Wednesday morning, near Haarlemmerdijk. They are all made with a film camera.

Amsterdam wildlife:
(Bronica 645, 65mm lens, Agfa Scala)

Hair care place on Haarlemmerdijk:
(Bronica 645, 65mm lens, Agfa Scala)

Also hair-related, a barber shop on Haarlemmerplein:
(Bronica 645, 65mm lens, Agfa Scala)


  1. Nathan. Love them all, but Taco really hit hard. It is a great shot. I miss my cat. Almost 3 weeks since he passed. A sad Christmas at the Langhans house.


    Comment by Aram Langhans — 24 December 2006 @ 16:38

  2. Hi Nathan,

    I reckon Christmas trees are generic for the holidays.

    The B&W studies express quality.. Good show!

    Comment by Bob — 7 January 2007 @ 09:23

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