I got my hands on my grandparents’ archives of negatives, which mostly consists of my grandmother’s snapshots. There is material ranging from 1950 to 1993, and of course I’m focusing on the old stuff first. In addition to the home landscapes of my grandparents, there is a lot of travel photos. I’m so happy that medium format cameras were more common back then, as some of the photos is really high quality.
This is a creepy sculpture in the Vigeland Park, Oslo, Norway. I figured out where the picture was taken by doing a Google Image Search on “Obelisk Humans”… but I could of course have asked my father.
I don’t know who took this picture.
Quaint is a photoblog maintained by two slightly geeky Finns, who have a healthy obsession with film cameras.