Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides
At last, my desire to pinhole returned to me. And then the fact that I have developed some film rolls, too, has finally resulted in the late eagerly awaited blog post.
These images are from my trip to Scotland in November 2015 to the Outer Hebrides and the Isle of Harris. It was an almost magical place where nature’s tremendous forces got together and left a lingering sense of serenity and humbleness to take place within me. The feeling I had before I went there was to just take with me some of my pinhole cameras. That I dared not do, but with all the rolls of film developed, I realize that it was really what I should have done, for my pinhole pictures are definitely the ones I am most satisfied with.
In the gallery you can also see the black and white images, and also in blog entries in my other blog, Shimmering Grains here and here.
Hope you like them as much as I do.
Gorgeous images, Marie! I’ve been sending links to your Scotland pictures to a photographer friend who is traveling there soon, and you’re inspiring her too.
Thank you very much Jacki! I’m so glad you like them, and I hope I can be some inspiration to your friend 😊
Such breathtaking photos! And wow, you home-develop slides? I would love to know more about your experiences in E6 developing! I’d love to try it 🙂
Thanks a lot Bea!
It’s no big deal at all actually. The hardest thing was to decide to do it… Tetenal has a great instruction enclosed. To warm up the water I use aquarium heaters.
Maybe I can do a post about it…
Thank you so much for your reply!!! 😀 Writing a post about it would be super interesting and helpful 😀
wow, that is an amazing series. love the colours. great captured!
Thank you very much Julie, so glad you like them! 😊
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