• image code: LSC0025
• Zeewolde, Netherlands
• exposure time 10 seconds
• GPS location 52°19’40.7″N 5°26’55.9″E
A windmill is standing tall in the dutch landscape. While visiting instrument maker Rob van den Broek to talk about film related imagery, he took me on a bicycle trip around the area where he lives, Zeewolde. We witnessed the installation of the blades of one of these majestic wind mills. These constructions always give me a distorted feeling. I do love the un-natural looks of them in the lower lands of the Netherlands. This area of Zeewolde is below sea level, the water was pumped away and kept away so people can live, work and farm there. Even the landscape is artificial, so it feels like the right place for them. The landscape can be magnificent and other worldy in a morning mist for instance.
This image was taken with expired film in an Agfa Box Camera from the 1930’s.
The image will be printed onto Hahnemühle Natural Line Fine Art Paper based on hemp and using the Epson Sure Color Printing technique.