Cold Surfey

Scheveningen surfers

Surfers aren’t cold fish’. So, mid-december mornings don’t stand in their way. That’s wy they get up in the morning. Same goes for the photographer. Weather-proof…

Now these pictures are taken with an old 300mm Soligor, so ultra-sharpness like modern lenses won’t strike you in the following gallery. The word ‘ultra’ didn’t even exist in the early seventies as far as I can tell. I’m from the early seventies myself, but I can’t recall the word ‘ultra-sharp’ those days. Tried to catch an early seventies exposure and chromatic-process tone subsequently…

(You can click on the image to enlarge)

Surf-17

 

Surf-18

 

Surf-16

 

Surf-15

 

Smurf

 

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Bas en Rogier bewerkt-17

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  1. Pingback: Cold Surf: Part II | atsight.photos

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