Transitions, Part 2

We had a lot of snow this year. A lot. So for the second installment in this series, I present a collection of photos I simply call “Stuff Sticking out of Snow”. Did I mention we got a lot of snow this year?

Yashica J-Mini, Fuji Superia 200
Yashica J-Mini, Fuji Superia 200
Fuji X-E1, Voigtländer Color Skopar 21/4
Fuji X-E1, Voigtländer Color Skopar 21/4
Voigtländer Vito, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)
Voigtländer Vito, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)
Canon L1, Canon Serenar 50/1.9, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)
Canon L1, Canon Serenar 50/1.9, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)

See, I told you it was a lot of snow. I mean, Godzilla himself was waist-deep (and not happy about, I’m sure).

Transitions

Spring is officially here at Filmosaur HQ. This means nothing in practical terms, as there is still plenty of snow on the ground and temperatures remain frigid. But winter will inevitably, if reluctantly, recede, so it seemed appropriate to send it off with a good swift kick.

Photography is one of the ways in which Your Humble Filmosaur copes with the cold, dark months. Not to say it’s easy to get up the motivation to do much of anything, but I try to go out and shoot when I can muster up the energy. This winter was a long one, so I’ve got a fairly significant pile of photos, a selection of which I’ll be showing here in a series of posts.

First up are some signs of winter. Or more accurately, some signs in winter. This first one seems rather unnecessary.

Yashica J-Mini, Fuji Superia 200
Yashica J-Mini, Fuji Superia 200
Voigtländer Vito, Kodak Gold 200
Voigtländer Vito, Kodak Gold 200
Voigtländer Vito, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)
Voigtländer Vito, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)
Canon L1, Canon Serenar 50/1.9, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)
Canon L1, Canon Serenar 50/1.9, Kodak Tri-X in Caffenol C-H(RS)

I think the last one is pretty indicative of what a long, cold winter will drive people to.

More to come.