my words echo thus, in your mind

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    What might have been and what has been
    Point to one end, which is always present.
    Footfalls echo in the memory
    Down the passage which we did not take
    Towards the door we never opened

    ~T.S. Eliot, "Four Quartets"

    I received a number of negatives and scans back yesterday, and there are more than a few images that I'm now chomping at the bit to share. But let us start with this one.

    Also? I love this photo shoot.

    adrian raymer, mahdieh mirmoezi, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Martins Photo Scrap Book 54 months ago | reply

      Lovely picture as always

      @"I received a number of negatives and scans back yesterday"

      You should try developing the film yourself, dont know if you do sometimes. Its very easy, takes me 30 minutes to dev 5 roles of 120 colour film and is way cheaper than getting someone to do it for you...

    2. AnyDirectFlight 54 months ago | reply

      the world's beautiful seen throught the lens of a Hasselblad...
      i love this... it's so fresh, so "springy"

    3. [Photom] 54 months ago | reply

      wonderful bokeh..

    4. Damien.Porch 54 months ago | reply

      beautiful shot of spring.

    5. islandgirlsj 54 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image, and that shoot, is rather awe inspiring! Wow.

    6. Bean* 54 months ago | reply

      always a treat to get negatives back and see the long awaited results...
      Great close up details here - most impressive!!

    7. wildorange55 54 months ago | reply

      i don't even know how you got creamy bokeh like that (is this one of your new lenses?) absolutely stunning. can't wait to see more.

    8. Glen~P 54 months ago | reply

      Great focus here, Danielle. All the out of focus area makes it very dreamy. I also enjoy the touch of yellow in the image.

    9. n.white1 54 months ago | reply

      gorgeous, as always. can't wait to see more also!

    10. n.white1 54 months ago | reply

      and that photo shoot is incredible

    11. tildabelle 54 months ago | reply

      I love this.

    12. orangelica 54 months ago | reply

      Oh the Hasselblad. I so want. This is lovely and thanks for linking to that gorgeous shoot!

    13. tumbleweed.in.eden 54 months ago | reply

      is this slide film or 100 iso? so darn smooth! wow!

    14. Kirstin Mckee 54 months ago | reply

      seriously stunning.

    15. Claudio Ferrari 54 months ago | reply

      Great shot, as you've got us used to... Have a wonderful weekend!

    16. Msjunior- slowly catching up 54 months ago | reply

      I love those delicate beauties

    17. just.like.that. 54 months ago | reply

      Oh the sweet spring colors... you do everything a little better Danielle. I liked that photo shoot too, I like the darker and more mysterious look as a contrast to what I usually see and work with at work.

    18. *amybenson 54 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colors, so vibrant

    19. Oape 54 months ago | reply

      great focus and bokeh, love the depth of field!

    20. Anom Tri Harta 5 months ago | reply

      i've been following your flickr and always amazed by your work. you are so consistence working with your hasselblad. your picture is always feel relieving, especially the flowers and landscape you photographed, I like 'em. really great work !

      I would like to ask questions if you don't mind. what color film you use most ? do you process your film by yourself ? may I know your secret or your tips for achieving a perfect clean develop and scanning like yours ? and what scanner do you use ? thanks in advance! :)

      kind regards,
      Anom

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