One more Walk!

I had an appointment at the hospital as I will undergo some surgery on my right foot in exactly two weeks, and I took the opportunity for a nice walk, although my foot hurt a bit. I’ll have to take it slow, photography wise in the next weeks / months as I won’t be very mobile. But I won’t leave you alone, oh no! Unfortunately you’ll have to continue listening to my ravings as I will certainly find things and old photos to bore you to death with 😉 .

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The Mad Hatter strikes again!

This time the Olympus XA2 accompanied me once again. My faithful travel companion! Loaded with Kodak Tmax 400.

But I’ll soon go back to my old love, HP5 I think…. or try another roll of Tri-X and decide later. But as I said, photography will unfortunately go on the back burner for some time.

The good thing is, I’ll have plenty of time buying cameras…. oops, my wife reads this too. Sorry, promise I won’t!!!!

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Into the Sun.

Anyways, the XA2 handles this slightly foggy morning quite well. Even pointed into the sun. The light meter it carries is really miraculous – most cameras would not render any detail in the foreground. But that’s the advantage of film: LATITUDE!

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Foggy Cranes

Autumn is really here, the mornings are foggy with a timid sun trying to pierce the grey blanket. Skeletal shapes emerging from the mist.

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Under the Bridge

Another architectural masterpiece in Luxembourg! While the so called ‘New Bridge’ – it was built in 1903, mind you, that’s how new it is – was being extensively renovated those last years, some cyclist’s association in Luxembourg had the idea that a bicycle path might fit nicely UNDER the bridge, between the stone arches. At the last moment, the project was approved and it is a magnificent thing. A suspended path, with open sides, hanging from steel cables under the bridge’s roadway. The view out of the arches is breathtaking!170927 - Olympus XA2 - Kodak T-max 400 (10)

Of course, all around Luxembourg-City major works continue. That goes from the regular annoying roadworks and new major buildings to the new Tram-Line being built.170927 - Olympus XA2 - Kodak T-max 400 (15)

Luxembourg-City might come over as the ultimate building site for the moment. Not a street seems untouched by this frenzy. Deviations and fences are our daily lot.170927 - Olympus XA2 - Kodak T-max 400 (36)

But as our Mayor said: “A city with such a building activity is a living city!”. Honestly I’d prefer a quiet city, that’s done building for good.170927 - Olympus XA2 - Kodak T-max 400 (27)

A city where you can find a quiet spot and think about life or… just handle your smartphone.

Of course, the spots that are done are really beautiful. Nice stonework even for new buildings, trying to blend into the historic quarters right next door. And I have to say that they are doing a good job here.170927 - Olympus XA2 - Kodak T-max 400 (22)

Some last impressions of my city before I take the bus:170927 - Olympus XA2 - Kodak T-max 400 (32)

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Thanks for being here!



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  1. Huelen un dass de nach jett ze scannen hues. Soss mechs de et wéi ech heianddo. Du fotografeierts einfach virun denger Dier.Bonne Chance fir d‘OP an déi Zait durrno🍀🍀🍀

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    1. Merci, leider sin ech ze fleisseg an hun alles gescannt…. Mee ech kann mech jo op Stilleben konzentreieren…. oder eng ordentlëch Imprimante kaafen an mol domalt spillen


      1. The good thing about Luxembourg healthcare is that you will get plenty of therapy after the surgery when the situation requires it.

        Nice shot through the arc. I was also there on Sunday and wondered what kind of shot one could get from there (more extreme ones would include some climbing).

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  2. Great shots as ever Frank. Still life is one option. As I recall you have also had some very good shots from the bus. Maybe you could park yourself at the railway station or bus station and select one location for the day. Perhaps you could get the enlarger set up and hone your darkroom skills. Don’t give up taking photos or the blog! On a more serious note, I hope the op goes well and is a success. Hang in there Frank whatever you do.

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    1. Thanks! The enlarger is ‘THE’ option I guess! Gonna block the bathroom for good! ;-). And I’ll have plenty of things to bore you all with.

      Anyways, the blog will go on!


  3. Good images Frank,
    I’ve seen some great second hand film cameras on line… I’m quite sure Mrs. Lehnen will be understanding during your convalescence.

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