“Uit Liefde en Voorzorg” (Out of Love and Precautionary) is a building I recently discovered in my hometown Rotterdam, the Netherlands. It was founded in 1794, after the death of two sisters, who decided their money should be used to create a home for a number of older Christian women. This building dates from 1904, and it’s decorated in beautiful art nouveau style tiling. Nowadays people still live there, but they are not just older women anymore. When I was there, I walked around in the lovely garden and simply enjoyed the silence and the view.
Camera: Diana Multi Pinhole Operator
Film: Lomography CN100
Focal length: 29mm
Exposure: 2 seconds
Dev: C-41 by lab
Scan: Canon Canoscan 9000F
7 thoughts on “Uit Liefde en Voorzorg”
Great to meet more pinholers!
Thanks! I’m still new to this type of photography but it’s interesting to learn and blog about it. 😉
Hi Jana! Good to meet you too! I’m also new – I started in June with a class I took, but am now completely obsessed. This blog is kind of an excuse to do it more. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by!
Hi Moni, if you’re the one in PDX there is a group of pinholers I hosted up in Seattle last month. If you’re on flickr, join the group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/2099516@N20/
I am! Awesome! Thank you! I am wanting to connect with locals to go and shoot with…
Connect with Donna http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstewart_pdx/
Great! I will! Thanks!