Saturday, January 12, 2008

Campanet: village of a thousand views

Yashica fx-3, 50mm Carl Zeiss T*, Ilford Delta 100


This is the view from Paula's parent's house over the village of Campanet in Mallorca. I was fascinated by the constantly changing conditions and took many photos. Its quite amazing how it looks different every time I looked out the window.

Yashica fx-3, 50mm Carl Zeiss T*, Ilford Delta 100


As I've mentioned before, Paula's father is a painter and so its no surprise to see that he has chosen such an inspiring place to live. I was hoping to catch one of the days where snow appears on the peak in the morning, but it didn't get cold enough. Not that I minded that! With the temperature reaching 20 degrees on one day, it was a welcome escape from London at this time of year.


Yashica Mat 124g, Kodak Portra 160 VC



The moon was at its height during our stay and the nights were bright. I took a few long exposure shots (not long enough, actually) before going to sleep of the same view:


Yashica Mat 124g, Kodak Portra 160 VC




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