Unlabeled print found in Vienna, Austria. Cats are more than pets, so it seems.
What is better than a true crossword evening in bed? This is an Agfa Brovira post war print from Austria.
Ferrotype image from the 1890ies showing a young girl with either her mother or her nurse. Mind the sharpness of the image.
Totally tensed up! This is a small Agfa contact print from the 1950ies, probably from Austria.
These two young pretty human beings smile just as if there was no war in sight or going on. Hope they did not harm anybody and did not get harmed. Unlabeled 6×9 cm silver bromide slide.
This is a post war 6×6 cm silver bromide photo taken by a truely gifted amateur – considering its technique, its composition and its meaning.
- Colour balance: White/grey/black. Imagine handling a non digital camera under circumstances like these – bright sun shining on a snow covered landscape. Mind the snow rods as indicators of a really good sense for imaging contrasts.
- Sovereignty and dignity: Just look at her and hope you’re as fit and cool in your old days. Without any smartphone in your handbag. Without any car taking you up to your village no matter how much snow covers the streets. Without your aluminum light weight nordic walking sticks or gore tex boots to get you up there. Without complaining about each and every minor affair.