Frozen Swiss Landscape
In January 2005, Lake Geneva and the surrounding area were hit with a horrific ice storm. Everything was completely blanketed with ice when waves breaking on the lake’s shore hardened into a solid coating in the sub-freezing temperatures. Several boats even sank under the weight of the ice. The wind gusts reached 110 km/h (60 mph) and literally froze water sprays in their place.
It must feel incredibly satisfying to shoot with a camera you built yourself, which is why Lomography has come up with the 35mm Konstruktor set. The idea behind the DIY kit is to help people understand the fundamentals of analogue photography.
via Swiss Miss
This looks so cool! :D
I have recently been enjoying Vinyl again. My record player had been neglected somewhat as it had been a present from someone who no longer wants anything to do with me.
It’s a Dual 505-3, very common but with good reason. My deck could still do with a little TLC I think. The main bearing has a little bit of a rumble and there’s is still one point of the tonearm which needs lubricating. I’m thinking of upgrading the interconnect to maybe solid core…. a project for the winter methinks.