Photographs

15 windows

Broken window
Pentax KM, 55mm f/1.8 SMC Pentax, Kodak T-Max 400
Cambridge City
Kodak EasyShare Z730
Window
Nikon F2AS, 135mm f/3.5 AI Nikkor, Fujicolor 200
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Canon PowerShot S95
In the upper room *EXPLORED*
Pentax KM, 55mm f/1.8 SMC Pentax, Kodak T-Max 400
Barred window
Nikon F2AS, 50mm f/1.8 Nikon Series E, Kodak Portra 160
Kitchen window
Pentax ME, 50mm f/1.4 SMC Pentax-M, Kodak Gold 200
Cabin window
Olympus XA2, Ultrafine Xtreme 100
View out the window
Minolta XG-1, 50mm f/1.4 MD Rokkor-X, Ultrafine Extreme 100
Wall and window
Kodak Signet 40, Kodak Gold 200
Window
Pentax IQZoom 170SL, Kodak T-Max 400, Rodinal 1+50
Window
Yashica TL Electro X, 50mm f/1.7 Auto Yahinon-DX, Kodak Max 400 @ EI 200
Window
Yashica TL Electro X, 50mm f/1.7 Auto Yashinon-DX, Foma Fomapan 200
Window
Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK, Ilford FP4 Plus, Ilford ID-11 1+1
Broken windows
Kodak VR35 K12, Ultrafine Extreme 400, Ilford ID-11 stock
Standard

11 thoughts on “15 windows

  1. You demonstrate how windows once had character and beauty but have become efficient and inexpensive instead.

    A fellow could make a case that there are actually 23 windows here. :)

  2. Once again that underrated Kodak Z730 makes the cut! I have an interest in windows at present, one of the sashes in my house has reached the end of it’s life, and in the next couple of weeks I am going to be expanding my woodworking skills to make a new one!

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