Tanah Lot temple, Bali

Tanah Lot temple, Bali

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More Bali beaches

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Mount Batur (active volcano), Bali

Mount Batur (active volcano), Bali

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Jatiluwih rice paddies, Bali

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Sunset at Uluwatu Temple, Bali

Fujifilm X-T1 + Rebecca Lily´s Pro Set III. My review HERE

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Bali beaches

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Uluwatu Temple, Bali

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The Tree on Flickr.
Shot with Hasselblad 500c + Kodak Portra 400. Develop & scan by Richard Photo Lab.

The Tree on Flickr.

Shot with Hasselblad 500c + Kodak Portra 400. Develop & scan by Richard Photo Lab.

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I got my hands on the Hasselblad 500c and with it I have returned the world of film photography.

Read blog post and see all photos on my website: 

http://www.atlephoto.com/blog

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standhereforever:

New in Issue Six on ExpeditionBureau.com - Atle Rønningen - @atler - is a photographer from Oslo, Norway who I’ve also known through Instagram for several months, and who had one of his images selected as a photo of the week in February this year. With Norway being a place high on my list to visit some day, I’ve been captivated by the photos he’s posted, especially seeing the variety from both cold winter months, and warmer months. His submission includes photos from Preikestolen, Norway, and the iconic Pulpit Rock that you have no doubt seen photos of before. Just imaging walking to the tip of the cliff in some of his photos makes me uncomfortable. Atle was chosen for this issue by Issue Five photographer @corigold

Thanks for the recognition Matthew. It’s an honor to be published by Expedition Bureau, standhereforever.

standhereforever:

New in Issue Six on ExpeditionBureau.com - Atle Rønningen - @atler - is a photographer from Oslo, Norway who I’ve also known through Instagram for several months, and who had one of his images selected as a photo of the week in February this year. With Norway being a place high on my list to visit some day, I’ve been captivated by the photos he’s posted, especially seeing the variety from both cold winter months, and warmer months. His submission includes photos from Preikestolen, Norway, and the iconic Pulpit Rock that you have no doubt seen photos of before. Just imaging walking to the tip of the cliff in some of his photos makes me uncomfortable. Atle was chosen for this issue by Issue Five photographer @corigold

Thanks for the recognition Matthew. It’s an honor to be published by Expedition Bureau, standhereforever.
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