I have only been taking pictures with film for about 6 years. A year before that I started with an entry-level DSRL and after learning the basics I got quickly bored by the digital world. Then I got bitten by the analogue bug and I bought an Smena 8m. The first rolls were a mess. I didn't know what I was doing but I kept shooting. There was certainly a special feeling about the little plastic camera that push me creatively in a way I had not done it before. Then my dad gave me his old Olympus OM10 that needed some CLA. After getting the camera service I could improve my photography since a SLR gave me a greater control than my Smena.
Some years later I was dating an art student. She was like no other girl I'd met before. I was studying medicine and she continuously kept me out of my comfort zone. She taught me a lot about composition and with her easy nature also untaught me about every cliché I have about photography. However we had very different personalities almost completely opposite.
This picture was taking in our last trip together. We took a walk after a big fight and started to snow. After a while I saw some horses strolling down the road so I pull my camera. I remember thinking that the film I had wouldn't fast enough so I slowed down the shutter speed and took the picture.