As regular readers of this blog will know, I am very attached to my Olympus Pen F half-frame SLR. These photos are from a roll which was exposed last summer. Most of the photos are made with a Pentacon (?) 200 mm lens - since sold - which makes it a 300 on a half-frame camera. The lens was larger than the camera body! but the kit was nowhere near being heavy or bulky.
One can't expect tack-sharp photographs neither from half-frame negatives or the lens. Never mind.
The church is in Uppsala - where also Sweden's oldest university is situated.
On a sunny day getting decent exposure times wasn't a problem. Once indoors I had to find support to be able to make long exposures.
As I said - there are students in Uppsala...
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