Throwback Thursday: new arrivals
Recently, I finished my work on developing the images from my Iceland trip in June. The wildlife images were the last I developed, as usual. A lot of great images were among them. I’m soooo happy about the outcome.
In the end, I developed about 2200 landscape images, 2100 wildlife images and 211 monochrome images.
I wanted to have some of them for the wall of my home office again. Unfortunately, I was unable to decrese the number to only 3 as I had initially planned. So, I ordered 6 instead: two images each of puffin, razorbill and red-throated loon. They arrived on Friday.
so, this is the final wall, now 😊
Yes, I know, not all of the prints are balanced.
As usual, click on the images to resize them 😊
This weekend I finished also the coffee-table books: one for the landscape images and the other one for the wildlife images. The monochrome book is alreday here. I had to finish it earlier because I got a test coupon.
Here you can see a few further images
Guess what’s behind this portal.
This is the main entrance to the machinery hall of a mining company. The mine was operated from 1899 to 1955. Now, it’s a mining museum and keeps the memory to the operation years alive. They display machines, typical clothing, tools, security and heath facilities as well as habits around mining in the Ruhr area.
More of my images can be seen at my own blog.