In your bag No: 1635 – Timo-Pekka Aaltonen
My name is Timo-Pekka Aaltonen and I live in the country side of Kisko, Southern Finland. I’ve been shooting film since I was a child in the 70’s but continuously from about 2008. I take pictures mostly at home or very near, like in our greenhouse, shed or garden, mostly while doing something else. Wintertime it is walking with the dogs on a frozen field or in the forest.
Thus I’ve found out that a camera bag isn’t practical at all. Fortunately I can fit a pancake Konica and a mid-size zoom into my coat pockets. Today my large pockets were filled with:
1) Konica FT-1 motor
2) Konica Hexanon AR 40/1.8
3) Tamron 103A 80-210/3.8-4
4) Fujifilm Superia Extra 400
5) Leather mittens with fur lining are in the picture because it’s not spring here in March yet and the orange hat and yellow vest to signal the occasional hunter.
Thanks for sending in your anti-bag shot Timo. Now don’t be shy with your images…
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