It’s fun Slobodan, I use the Mamiyas because of my lazy. When I travel with my digital equipment it’s very stressing for me: too much shots and too much time wasted in controlling the shots in the monitor. When I use a film camera the approach is more simple and direct: studying the subject if it's worth it, shooting and what's done is done.
I want to thank all of you for your comments: this is the very first time that I post images in internet and submit them to a judgment “out of my doorstep”. All your comments are very important and very encouraging for me.
I'm sorry if I’ve created a sort of nostalgia-effect. Sometimes it seems as if we are “doomed” to use digital equipment against our preferences. I’m not a nostalgic: I use the Mamiya now (even if not always), because I love this camera and I like handling it (it’s like a double pleasure: the joy of photographing and the joy of handling an equipment to which I’m fond). I remember with pleasure the days of the wet darkroom, but now I make inkjet prints because I love them (not the printers, with their damned clogging): I find that the FB inkjet prints are more physical than the traditional prints.
A curiosity: has someone identified the “guardian of the garden” in the image #5? (you can see “him” even without opening the image). I had not noticed him while I was shooting, but when I printed the image the first time (wet darkroom, not photoshop), I realized that he was watching me and controlling my work.