Eyam cemetery

The rear of Eyam church is where the more recent graves appear to be located, and they rest in orderly rows overlooked by a number of tall trees.

FILM - Three trees in Eyam cemetery

Yashica Mat 124 G & Kodak Tri-X.

Taken on 2 February 2019

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Times change

I really like the way this quaint village scene came out (it’s in Eyam). It has a nice contrast and crispness about it. It has a somewhat nostalgic air, or a least it does until you notice the modern cars in the background and the fact that the phone box has now been modified to house a defibrillator instead of a payphone. Hopefully no-one will attempt to make a call with it! 🙂

FILM - Times change

Yashica Mat 124 G & Kodak Tri-X.

Taken on 2 February 2019

Frosted tree

Another photo from my outing in the Peak District the other week. I took a few shots of this area of silver birch with my DSLR, but grabbed a shot with the Yashica Mat too. Unfortunately, it seems the batch of film I was using was one that had faults and so the print from the backing paper has shown up on a number of pictures – especially in low detail areas such as the sky. I think I’ve manged to remove it reasonably well in Photoshop though.

FILM - Frosting

Yashica Mat 124 G & Kodak Tri-X.

Taken on 2 February 2019

In a lonely place

Despite the bleak and empty look of the scene, this tree is actually bang next to a busy road (see, there I go, ruining the atmosphere…). I think it’s a location that I’ll pay further visits to in different conditions. I think it will be a pretty nice all-weather subject.

FILM - In a lonely place

Yashica Mat 124 G & Kodak Tri-X.

Taken on 20 January 2019

Winter field

This was taken back in January on a walk where I wish I’d worn some Wellies – although the ground looks crisp and frozen, the snow was in melt and my feet were sinking up to the ankles in places.

FILM - Winter field

Zeiss Mess-Ikonta & Kodak Tri-X (expired 2013).

Taken on 17 January 2018