Most Popular Photo Last Year: October 4, 2012

When the wind is blowing and the sun looks good, it's nice to take a walk around the fields and capture some enchanting scenes of nature.

Credits: ck_berlin

Flowers, trees, leaves — name it because they can all look stunning in analogue! And don’t forget to focus on the details for they are fascinating, too. Just like this one from ck_berlin!

Photo shot with a Pentacon Six camera using Kodak EPR 120 film.

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