White Nights

White Nights Lomotales Melanie Model (c) Lomoherz

White Nights

White Nights Lomotales Melanie Model (c) Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz

I once loved a boy.
He used to call me Fish.
We would talk of books and hawks and midnight swims.

One day he told me,
Fish, if you ever cross the sea I will show you starlit curtains in the sky.
We will lie between the sheets and see everything in the night that is not dark.

But the fish was a salmon and it turned against the stream while everything flowed.

White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz

I stumbled and we found ourselves back in our exile that had given us our names.
Back under the night sky that was indeed black, for it was far away from our shores.
I wanted to let go of his hand, but he, he would not let me.

One night we saw a Fox
in the middle of the street with our shadows touching its pelt.
It gazed at us with different eyes and he told me that foxes were cold, were wily.

But why had no one ever remarked upon its restless heart?
To me it was just a fox, far away from home.
A fox in love? Yes, and why ever not.

And my fingers wound their way out of his, itching to hold only water.

White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz
White Nights Portraits with Melanie Model © Lomoherz

 

Alle Bilder wurden mit einer analogen Film-Kamera aufgenommen. Kein Photoshop (bis auf das Titelbild), keine Filter oder sonstiges.
Einfach pure Film-Fotografie.

Model: Melanie

Kamera: Kiev 60

Film: Fuji Pro 400H

Entwicklung & Scan: Mein Film Lab

Alle Bilder werden in geringer Auflösung gezeigt.

3 Comments
  • Peter Stadler
    Posted at 00:03h, 22 Juni Antworten

    Super stimmungsvolle Serie! Tolles setting! Ich weiß ja von meiner Hasselblad wie anstrengend das mit dem manuellen fokusieren ist. Da weiß ich dann oft gar nicht wer früher eine kurze Pause braucht, ich oder das Model ;-)
    Grüße peter

  • Paleica
    Posted at 07:54h, 22 Juni Antworten

    ach sind die schön, die bilder. und die texte dazu, auch wenn ich sie nicht so ganz verstehe, sind berührend.

  • Lothar
    Posted at 15:41h, 01 Juli Antworten

    oh wie schöne Fotos. Wenn ich das mal so schön könnte.
    Liebe Grüße
    Lothar

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