Great balls of leather | beware of strong images.

I have i big family. In this big family there are some brothers. Most of these playing a game called football. (you might refer to it as soccer). After some time a ball gets trashed, there is many reasons to why this would happen. One could be that we have sticky bush, another that our dog eat balls for breakfast. Whatever reason I now have documented their current state and here it is:

All pictures taken with my rusty SD10 and my trusty 30mm.

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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7 Responses to Great balls of leather | beware of strong images.

  1. Guenter says:

    Nice images Carl. Missed you!

  2. :) I missed you too Guenter! :D

  3. WindInYews says:

    Good evidence – and looks like an entire childhood’s worth ;).

    Cheers, Carl,


  4. BobNL says:

    A real kicker series :D

    my tenner is dying too, good I have a back-up one… And that trusty 30, man I learned to love that lens so fast. I might just solder it on the body…

  5. Spalbird says:

    Indeed, nice footballs – but – after taking photos of all your family we are waiting for your’s … and Linns … pLEASe… Hehehe. How is your job going on?

    Regards – Wolfgang

  6. hehe.. well.. Job hasn’t started yet and well, I’d love there to be a mini Carl (or Linn) running around, but not yet. I wanted it yesterday, and Linn wants it tomorrow. I guess I’m the one who has to wait. :)

  7. thechebb says:

    Interesting balls….

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