First line are the camera tags I use. If you click the tag, you'll see all the pictures taken with that cam. The next lines are the project tags. Click them and you see all the pictures that I made during that project.
3 rolls of film, with portraits of WW1 re-enactors and oldtimer car owners. I’m pleased with the results. I’m not sure but I think they wear uniforms of 4 different countries. France, Great Brittan, Belgium and Germany. (Fuji 400 exp1999)
I’ve used the sony on saturday for the re-enacters and on sunday for the oldtimers. But I’m looking forward to see the results of 2 rolls 120 film and 1 roll of 220 film. I tried to shoot some portraits and now I’m taking the film to the shop to have it developed.
I realy appreciate the re-enacters who are keeping the history alive. Their commitment is admirable. They study the history to know as much as possible about the historic event they are representing and they try to inform the people about that era. But sometimes funny situations occur. As in this picture. Or did you ever see a WW1 soldier with a coke? It’s even more funnier when you know that she represents a russian soldier (the russian womans batallion). But despite all the discussions about re-enacting. I think we should do everything we can to learn the history. Because when you look at todays world. I think some people have no knowledge of history at all.
"Do you wear something underneath your kilt?" The sergeant asked. (I think it’s a sergeant.) "No." Replied the tall man. "I’m sorry but you can’t participate at the firing exercise. Because… you know… and the spectators… "
This one is very similar to a picture i’ve posted before. But perhaps this one is better? This is a view from hill 62 towards Ypres. The monument is dedicated to the canadian soldiers who fought here during WW I.