05 November 2006

butterfly house

photo: Jeanne Wells

This may be where the butterfly man lives . . .

8 comments:

F said...

Oh, liquid light! Excellent. I cannot wait until I get the possibility to look at some of your wonderful pictures live!
- fredrik skott

F said...

Just beautiful Jeanne...and that magical solution doesn't seem to be found in Sweden...

/Chris

F said...

I have learned to make it myself. You only need plain food grade gelatin (or photo-grade if you can get it) Silver nitrate, and(I think) potassium bromide. I've been very pleased with the results.

If you don't want to make it yourself, in Germany there is a company called Fotoimpex who will ship it. They make my favorite Liquid Emulsion, called Adox Adolux.

abeku said...

Hm, I'm just about to order from Fotoimpex... This is lovelly, Jeanne. Simply wonderful

F said...

Oh oh oh! those brush strokes. Traces of your movments. A treasure!
-Tom

F said...

Hmm, I got silver nitrate and a lot of potassium bromide and I think even gelatin. How do you do it?
- fredrik skott

F said...

Miracles happen all the time at The F Blog. Markus finds a butterfly man and you find a shelter for butterflies (and for the butterfly man)
I love such things.
Free minds are at work here!
-u

kita said...

a little butterfly man with wings? do little butterfly men also have hair on their tiny chests? I just wonder...I a always wondering, u c. wonderful