Here is another camera I have taken pictures with, and which I am considering as a 120mm folder for our road trip. The Voigtlander Perkeo II and the Color Skopar lens are a great combo. I used Kodak Portra 400 in it, and really did not appreciate what the camera and lens and film can produce together. These were taken last year in August, and produced some of my favorite images.
What are your thoughts about this camera for a road trip?
Another film image from the 1930s Voigtlander Bessa Rangefinder, using Fuji Pro 400H film. There is an Impressionist painting which keeps flitting across my mind every time I look at this picture – hence the title. I think it is a picture by Renoir, of a lady in a white dress looking around a tree in dappled sunlight . . . .
These weeds – oat grass? – are typical grasses in open areas of southern California. The seed heads are sharp and stick into your socks and shoes and work their way in. Pity the poor dog who doesn’t get these removed . . . Mother Nature’s way to ensure a new generation is propagated someplace!