I don't remember taking this photo. I'm visible in the reflection in the tepot, so I've no doubt that it was me who did it. It's my teapot on my coffee table. I had also marked the negative with a date, so I must've remembered it after getting the film developed.
I think it's a quite nice picture. Maybe it would've been better to stop down the lens a bit, so more of the background was identifiable instead of this much of a blur, but that could've also distracted a lot and made the teapot less distinct. I think the light from the window is a bit too strong, so the candle beneath the teapot isn't very obvious, but I'm not sure it matters much, and there's also something nice about the bright hazy window.
Hjorleifshofoi - One of my favorite parts from the Iceland trip (just found all my film scans). We had the place to ourselves. Got to explore a really cool cave & ride on the black sand beach that seemed endless. The area is named after one of the first settlers of the area who is said to be buried on top of the mountain. #35mm
Finished my first photobook last week! The process of taking & selecting photos, then binding the book was so satisfying and I’m very proud of this work ! •• ‘Carved into Ice’ explores themes surrounding memory, how being in nature can trigger memories, and time passing. Swipe to see my favourite image pairing🌱