Wet but not bad part of my trip – my after Geneva trip notes (part vi)
Bonjour my friends !!
I don’t see an end of the turn of images taken in Geneva and standing in the queue for their post. The only thing that changed – two sunny days were replaced with rainy, but still not too extremely pouring like rainy days here in Israel. I continued my walks and observations of local life, which I found calm and uniform, but of course with my eyes of a tourist, and tourist’s eyes often see the green grass of a neighbor garden.
Something off topic. Today I woke up with a great feeling of the weekend, that started an unstoppable desire to take my Hasselblad and to drive to Tel-Aviv for some mushroom picking (this way I call street photography). I loaded two 12 film backs with Rollei RPX 400 and did what I wanted – drove to spend a few hours nearby and near the Carmel market in the center of the city. And you know what – I found the city loaded with people like Helly Crowdy tin can. After a few rounds of searching for a paid parking (yes not a free one) I saw the only long queues of cars with drivers of the last, patiently waiting for the ability to become a happy owner of the two square meters for a few hours. Enough is enough – I turned back and returned home. This never happened to me before. And I love people, but in smaller amounts of them. I just felt such a huge desire to sit at home with a beer and to write this post, ]to prepare homemade food and to clean my garden – and all this without no queue and encroachment on mine privacy. I will find another day to start and to finish the loaded rolls Rollei. films.
This time I’m posting more images than in average – otherwise I will never finish them, and I have another personal “projects” and series to post.