In early 2015, I went to Gothenburg, Sweden, for a semester abroad. I had a great time and met some great people. Luckily, we were able to sort of keep in touch within one small group of friends that was formed there. I’ve seen some of those friends a few times within the last two years, but this spring, we decided, it was time for a reunion. We settled on a house close to Warsaw, Poland, which we found on Airbnb (and later on Facebook). Unfortunately, not everyone could make it in the end. The house was just as beautiful as it had looked on the internet and we pretty much had our own little lake with a boat and a bridge, a little forest, and a huge sort of patio on the water. We only stayed for 3-4 days because we weren’t able to manage to find dates that worked for everyone for a longer stay. I’m looking forward to the next reunion, wherever it may take place, hopefully with all of us and for some more days.
I brought the Hasselblad and the Leica M6 with Portra and Tri-X 400, as always, as well as some 2005 expired Fuji Provia 100F (RDP-III). The photos of the latter unsurprisingly ended up with a strong purple cast, especially so in the highlights. I color corrected those a little.