Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Wine Fest

Not too many thoughts today, just want to share some pictures from the latest batch.  I went to Wurzberg, Germany last Saturday with some friends for a Wine Fest.  Wasn't too big, but it was very nice.  It was a great day and we had a lot of fun.  Enjoy the pictures!

A little food, a little wine....

Vendors in the streets.

Young ladies singing on the corner.

These two both blinked when I took this!


 Of course it rained.

Inside a Thousand Year Old Church.

The Tomb underneath the Thousand Year Old Church.

Another Thousand Year Old Church....  just down the street.

Time for Beer.  This shot got me in some trouble.  It's a long story, really, but you can see it all in his eyes :-)

Resting at the Fountain.

Feeding the Birds.

Jump in front of the Band while your buddy is trying to take a picture.

Buy some Pretzels.

Just the Guys.

And the day ends with you crashing your drunk arse on your wife for the train ride home.

The Photography stuff:
All colour shots were taken with the Hasselblad 500C/M, 60mm Distagon lens, and Ektar 100 film.
All B&W shots taken with the Leica M3, 50mm CV Nokton F/1.1 lens, and Rollei Pan 25 film.
The Ektar was developed in Unicolor C41 kit, the Rollei developed in Neofin Blau.
Everything was scanned with a Canoscan 8800F.  Dust removed in Photoshop, no alterations made.


  1. I liked your photos! The ones you took of the brick walls are my favorites. Nice work!

  2. Your photos show no imagination or "eye". You are a clown. Your "model" photos look like an idiot shot them.