Inspired - by nature as it is presenting itself in this season as well as by you all here - I went out to buy myself my very first b&w film. And when I thought the time was right, I went out to take some photos. Today I could go and collect my prints. I felt (and still feel today upon seeing the outcome) when taking the photos that I actually am a "colour photo photographer" (if "photographer" at all....), in so far as I clearly LOOK for the colours. What little colours there are, I cherish those. So with the knowledge that I was having a b&w film in the camera, I had to look differently. I found that a not-so-easy step to take. And I'm not sure I have managed to take it. At first, I only liked 1 out of the 36 prints. After having looked at them over and again, I'm beginning to like a couple of others, too, and have in the end scanned 14, which I might show you for discussion by and by. Say if you want me to.... Let's begin with... where shall I begin? The technical bloopers, which in their getting ever so slightly out of focus begin to develop their own appeal: portraits of my children. Here we go. My son My daughter None of my photos is changed in any way, I scanned them as they came, only did I crop some edges here and there. But neither contrast nor anything has been changed (so far).