Barcelona 2017 – walking with Ricoh GR1s and Fujifilm Velvia 100F – part iv (the last one)
these days i’m trying not to read these sad news about anger and violence, riots and provocations, protests and strikes, injured and treated in Barcelona. i’m not one who know the right answer and solution and also not the one who will pour oil on the flame from remote position of someone who know nothing about their history but in hopes of bright feature. and if you ask me – i support this idea about independent coexistence, but without blood – we are much more progressive and in many part of the world managed to find the consensus – oh really – i don’t remember one sample, just hope that there is one. probably – forgotten Czechoslovakia after the Velvet Divorce divided to Czech Republic and Slovakia or all the small countries created after the breakup of Yugoslavia (i know – the bad sample).
anyway – my posts are not about politics, so i just continue and finish the series of analogue photographs i started to publish in my “previous posts” and would like to finish this series today and to continue with something different. i still have plenty of unposted in any place photographs from “Ethiopia”. also numerous from my frequent trips to “Jerusalem” plus two developed and already scanned rolls of 135 film from “Munich”.
one of the good news from the last week is a “Indiegogo campaign” pre-launch announcement by the Saint-Petersburg’s Film Photography company “Silberra”. If you interesting to know more about this company and their film, there is an “Emulsive interview” with Sillberra’s founders, Vladimir and Konstantin.
enjoy the colors of Barcelona