Hull Maritime Museum

I went to Hull (and back!) the other day to visit a photo exhibition at the HIP gallery. The weather was pretty cold and consisted of sunshine and showers, so I didn’t take as many photos as I might have done otherwise. I still got a few nice shots though (on the roll I’ve had processed – I still have an almost complete roll of 135 HP5+ to finish off and get developed too) from the trusty little Zeiss Mess-Ikonta. This is the Maritime Museum.

FILM - Maritime Museum, Hull

Zeiss Mess-Ikonta 524/16 & Kodak Tri-X.

Taken on 29 November 2017



I took this photo back in January. I’d visited the villages of High and Low Bradfield on the same day (and fallen flat on my face while striding down the steep road to Low Bradfield!) and stopped off at Damflask reservoir afterwards where I grabbed a few shots.

FILM - Damflask

Olympus 35 RC & Ilford HP5+.

Taken on 13 January 2017

On Mablethorpe beach

Part of the outflow on Mablethorpe beach. The outflow is where The Cut, part of the extensive agricultural drainage system that covers the low-lying county of Lincolnshire, empties into the north sea.


Nikon F70, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D & Fujifilm Acros 100.

Taken on 13 September 2017

Out of the heather

I’ve been digging through some (slightly) older shots to see if there are any that I haven’t done anything with, but which are still worth a look. This was one which stood out.

FILM - Out of the heather

Nikon F70, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D & Fujifilm Acros 100.

Taken on 20 September 2017