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Round the bend

A benefit of having a camera on you at all times is that you can grab a photo whenever one presents itself to you, as I did with this little scene that caught my eye while out walking a few weeks back.

As a point of interest, the phrase “being driven round the bend” comes from the layout of the grounds of old mental hospitals and asylums, which would not have a direct line of sight to the road they were accessed from. Therefore, a person being taken for admittance would be “driven round the bend” to get to the facility

FILM - Round the bend

Canon Sure Shot Telemax & Ilford XP2.

Taken on 31 March 2019

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