It was a rainy day

Amsterdam Centraal

Last week I needed to get out. So I went to the station here in Enschede and took the first intercity that left. Because I’m a student, I can travel for free in the weekend. I can go anywhere I’d like to go, or where ever the trains brings me. This is where traveling by train becomes fun.

After three transfers I arrived in Amsterdam, without having any special plans. At first I though I could go on a little walk trough Amsterdam. But the weather that day wasn’t so good..It was raining cats and dogs.  So I never got out of Amsterdam central station..

Before getting onto the next train I took a few minutes to walk around..

Fuji pro 400H

Fuji pro 400H
Mamiya 645
Mamiya- Sekor C 80mm F/1.9

They’re busy renovating the passenger tunnel underneath the tracks Amsterdam Centraal, so there was a big hole in the ground between some of the tracks. It looked pretty interesting, but it was all fenced and the 80mm 1.9 was a bit the wide to fit trough the holes in the fence..

But because of the hole some parts of the tracks are removed and stacked like little pieces of toy tracks.

(G)rainy Amsterdam

Heavily expired superia 400 film produces a lot of grain. Sometimes it’s to much, sometimes it’s just right. Every rol of expired film is a gamble. I’m not sure if I was lucky this time..
Fuji Superia x-tra 400 (expired)
Canon Ae-1 program
Canon lens FD 50mm 1:1.4

More work form this trip is underway. There is one roll of Kodak Tmax that still has to be developed. Due to a busy schedule and not having the darkroom equipment/ chemicals in Enschede, it will probably take a few weeks until I can get it developed. So stay tuned..

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