Fossile macros

I read a fun little book from the library about urban palaeontology (Kijk waar je loopt! by Jelle Reumer) and got inspired immediately. To see beautiful fossils you don't have to go into the mountains or a museum. All kinds of buildings were built using natural stone filled with shells and coral. Time for a... Continue Reading →


Accessories: Holga Lens Filters

The Holga is a sturdy brick of cast plastic. It doesn't do interchangeable lenses, you're stuck with the plastic lens it came with. That lens is beautiful, so why look for anything else? But every now and then it would be nice to get a bit closer with the Holga. A beautiful flower in close-up,... Continue Reading →

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