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    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981379

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981393

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

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    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

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    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981383

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981387

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981386

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981381

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981384

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981392

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981382

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981385

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981389

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

  • #21981380

    shared by vicuna on 2017-05-28

    At the extreme north-west point of Crete, at the end of the Gramvousa peninsula you can admire a stunning place called Balos Lagoon. You first need to drive an 8km dirt track at a very low speed (30mn for 8km!) before parking your car. Take your backpack and photographic gear and take the path in the mountains: suddenly, the view opens in front of you and there's this amazing view before your eyes! Usually very crowded in full summer (tourists reach the place by sea as it's in all touristic cruises program), I was very lucky to go there during a cloudy day and almost nobody on the beach. So I could walk all over the place, in every direction and finally spent over 5 hours there.... And it was the perfect time to shoot some long exposure tripod shots with a very slow b&w film like the Adox CMS20 exposed at 12 iso and exposed for a few seconds at f/22 for maximal sharpness and fine grain photos. (Home processed in Adox Adotech II for 8.5 mn at 20°)

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    shared by elegia on 2017-05-28

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    shared by elegia on 2017-05-07

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    shared by elegia on 2017-05-06

    #selfportrait #120 #35mm #grainy

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

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  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

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  • Treasure Island (Philippines #4)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-26

    I don't go for the easy choices, but this makes every trip even more memorable. In Palawan I opted for the remote Nacpan beach to stay in a very cosy small hostel, off the beaten track. I was so rewarded with tootpick palms on the isolated twin beaches. And before I wanted to jump in the water I had to conserve the scene on film...

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