Sally Mack


I didn't know it at the time but I became a photographer when I first picked up a 35mm SLR in the 1970s. Those were the days when many people did their own processing of black-and-white film. I graduated to color and to a medium format Hasselblad film camera many years later.

I now shoot a combination of MF film and digital with a small Olympus E-PL5.


Lingonberries (Inari, Finland)

Rocks at Dawn (Bengtskar Lighthouse, Finland)

Two Camels (Gobi Desert, Mongolia)

Sand Dunes (Mongolia)