Variety Of Light

Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

A treasure which I’ve found in the attic – some early photography which is b/w of course and made with film (must be Agfa or Ilford to that time). Just one week ago I’ve started to scan that stuff right from the prints. Be in mind that I was in the age of 12 or so when I shot that. Everything was shot with a Voigtländer Vito B.00011 00010-3 00010-2 00010 00009-3 00009-2 00009 00008 00007

See also Weekly Photo Challenge.

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16 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

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  3. What a treasure indeed! Wonderful photos, I can see you had a good eye for photography already back then. All of them are great but I especially like the 4th one with church in front and the last photo. Beautiful! 🙂


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  7. What a great find.


  8. Amar Naik on said:

    nice clicks. it is beautiful


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  11. What awesome and beautiful shots? Where were they taken?


  12. Son of Sharecroppers on said:



  13. awesome ol radial engine airplane ,,,a very kewl vintage shot that is 🙂


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