From a gorgeous day in October
Lack of time and light means it has not been much photographed in December, so I have decided to take some images from the archive.
These are photographed during a visit at Gripsholm Castle in Mariefred just south of Stockholm earlier this autumn. I was there a couple of times in their gorgeous palace garden, and here are some of the images I took with pinhole camera. I had a backpack full of different cameras and films, so it may pop up more pictures from that occasion over at Shimmering Grains.
I wish you all a wonderful week, whatever you are doing.
This is from the entrance to the castle courtyard
From within the courtyard
And at last a infrared view seen from the garden towards the lake that almost surronds the peninsula as the castle is located on
Marie, this is gorgeous; you IR shots are wonderful!
You have masterly exposed and developed them, congrats!!!!
Thank you very much Jesús, I’m so glad you like them!
I hope you know that it is thanks to you, your generosity and great inspiration I’m doing IR, and love it!! 🙂
Oh Marie! These are brilliant! I am very partial to the IR shots, in particular the last one. I agree with the above commenter regarding your exposure and development. Congratulations.
Thank you so much Amy, I’m glad you like them!