© 2016 Jacco

Pollard Willows

Another Wanderlust shot, taken a while back on a walk in my local forest (did I say forest? polder, I meant polder with a few trees).

This is also my contribution to the APUG Postcard Exchange. This means that 15 prints of this photo were sent all over the globe, and have hopefully arrived at fellow analogue photographers. Yes, my work can be found all over the world. It’s a nice thought…

Today is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. Big plans became small plans because of rain and hail galore. Yes, indeed, sometimes it really does snow in April. (Something between snow and hail was certainly present in the mix at one point. No purple rain, however.) I shot one roll of 36 exposures, about half of them in the garden, the rest just minutes from home. Between all the wet moments there was actually quite a nice sun.

Developing the roll soon, maybe I’ll post a few other Wanderlust shots first, but soon some pinhole shots can be expected!


  1. Posted April 27, 2016 at 11:37 | #

    Do they have postcard digital X-System exchange? I somehow love this idea! Or maybe b&w postcard exchange. Can it be digital capture and analogue print? Or is the inkjet also digital? I always thought the ink is analogue. Or what ever, it is certainly very nice to have all those people sending images to each other. Do you get also a lot of images? How do you pick up people to which to send?

    P.S.: Yes I know I am over excited, it is such a day… when I want to have everything to do with others and nobody want to do anything with me 😉 After almost 50 years I have got somehow use to that.

  2. Posted April 30, 2016 at 20:49 | #

    I like it! Show me the actual print sometime, I feel the need to see more detail and contrast in the dark parts. I’m never sure the scans capture everything…

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