Face to Face

Face to Face, Reykjavik, 1995

Face to Face, Reykjavik, 1995

Time has a way of passing at a fast rate, as I’m sure many of you realize.  Such is the case with this blog, as a week and a half has passed since my last posting, even though it feels like I made it just a few days ago.
So, on to something new.  As it’s been nearly a month since I posted some travel photos, I thought I’d present some of those.  I thought I’d once again look into my archive of medium format color photos, made in the days when I thought of making a go at doing stock photography.
Like my last color photos seen here, today’s photos come from my trip to Iceland in 1995.   These photos were made in the downtown area of the capital city, Reykjavik, by the lake known locally as Tjorn (the Pond).

Iceland95--13_06 - Rejkjavik Tjorn

Like many urban lakes, this one has its resident bird population, and feeding the birds seems to be a popular pastime among the human visitors.  One of my favorite photos is the amusing one at the top here, with one of those humans being stared down by a duck intent on getting a morsel to chow down.  (It did get it.)
Another of my favorites from the lake, this one based on the composition of the image, is the photo of the two birds on one side of the lake with some buildings on the other side with Mt. Esja behind them.
I should be back to black & white next time.

Iceland95--11_05 - Rejkjavik Tjorn

About Dave Rudin

Dave Rudin is a fine art photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in art nude and travel photography, using black & white film and making silver gelatin prints in a darkroom.
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