More from the gorgeous Grenoble gorges (I’m practicing my uncle jokes, got to start somewhere.) It was a bit of a pain metering for the deep dark gorges with bright sky too. In hindsight, this is probably where a digital camera would have been a lot easier but I only have super wide on my OM1.
Driving through stunning gorges around Grenoble in France. The roads are cut into the cliffs and even then there is little room to manoeuvre. It was raining a lot when we were there but it added to the other worldly atmosphere of the place. Couldn’t get any classic postcard shots of the place because of all the low cloud and rain but that is just another excuse to go back.
Lunch breaks on the road, driving to France from Denmark took nearly 3 days but it was worth it.
Rode out to where one of the rivers meets the sea. The mouth changes shape every time I go there, it would be a cool mapping project to map it as the seasons change. Can’t want to come back here in winter to throw some snow in the mix.
I found where the grow oysters for the whole world! Well, maybe not the whole world but the grow a fuck load of shellfish in those cages out there.
Found some delicious blackberries on the side of the road in France
Cool petrol stations through France.
Premier is outside the aarhus football stadium
Denmark has some seriously cute painted houses. One day, one day… they are popular and expensive but one day we’ll have one.
Setting sun in Aarhus, Denmark.
This is another shot from the roll of Kodacolor expired in 1988. The light was beautiful that night but I wasn’t expecting much from this shot as all the other photos on from this old Kodacolor have come out muted and washed out. But fuck yeah glad this one worked!
So somehow this came off a roll of expired Kodacolor from 1988. The other shots are washed out but kind of cool, this one and the next two are full of colour.