It was a beautiful, sunny Sunday last Sunday. My husband suggested we go for a walk in Pietzmoor. It is a re-naturated swamp land which had fallen dry until some 30 years ago, but which some ecologists decided should become a swamp again. So it is kind of unique in an otherwise drained countryside. Ideal for photography, so I say, so this outing could actually made me put a film into my camera again, something that I couldn't make myself do ever since we've been back home from Ireland. See some of the results: One of the few wide angle photos I took, and you see the paths they built through the swamp When the countryside fell dry, moss started to grow, soil built itself, grass came and then the birches. In the course of the re-naturation process, the birches got "wet feet" which kills them eventually. So the new moor lakes all still show the dead trunks of the former trees, which make for some interesting images Nice reflections on the water Will be back for more.