Fall is by far my favorite season. Crisp air, gloomy days and nature slowing down – this time of the year calls for a certain kind of music. That’s the stuff I’m currently listening to when working on my art or spending too much time in front of the computer.
Finally I’m catching up on my #12months12cameras project. My camera for June was the Yashica TL-Super and I decided to do some freelensing. It’s been a while since I worked with a detached lens and I forgot how much fun it is.
Slowly, I’m catching up with all the images for my #12months12cameras project! The Konica Big Mini is one of my point and shoot cameras and was my choice for May.
With a lot of black and white film and two cameras I went to the Vienna Central Cemetery back in April. Aside from the Holga 120 I brought my Nikon F80 and a 50mm lens.
Not a day goes by without music and my playlists are filling up quickly these days: That’s on the turntables this summer when developing film, brooding over new projects or editing images.
One of the greatest benefits when living on the periphery is that you get the best of two worlds. In my case I really enjoy being close to the city and to the countryside. 15 minutes by tram to the heart of the town or 15 minutes by foot to the forest. A few weeks ago I packed my backpack, a selection of cameras and went to the woods.
Back in April I spent a weekend in Vienna, visiting concerts and ticking off a thing that was on my bucket list for a very long time: roaming the Vienna Central Cemetery. Despite the fact that I lived in Vienna for 8 years, I never made it to this graveyard. Two things I learned during this stay in Vienna: Going to a festival all by myself is weird at the beginning but totally okay, and the second thing: Not visiting this cemetery while I had the chance for 8 f*cking years was a big mistake. But since I don’t dwell on the past, I’m looking forward to more visits in the future.