Kodachrome in the snow

I’ve just downloaded ‘Justified Image Grid’, and will put a few Kodachrome slides from a trip to Switzerland in 2010 in this post as a first experiment.  Many image gallery options don’t allow variable thumbnail size which is a big detraction as far as I’m concerned. As you can see the cropping is variable; I had originally thought to present the photos full-frame (showing the slide edge) but decided to crop some to suite the composition.

The originally slides and to an extent scans show a richness of colour that doesn’t fully translate to jpeg but hopefully these are an acceptable internet approximation.

Shadow tonalities

Walking along the beach I came across this pattern of light and intermingling of dead weathered wood. April 2017.

photo of wood on beach
Suffolk, UK. Kodak T-Max 100 & XTOL 1+1.

Patterns on beaches

I enjoy the patterns that can be found within the natural environment that almost look arranged but just happen to be there already, like this one from summer.

photo of items on beach
Suffolk, UK. Kodak T-Max 100 (35mm) & Tetenal Ultrafin Plus 1+9