Across a muddy field

I don’t think I’m back up to daily posting yet, but here’s an odd shot just to stop the blog going too dry.

FILM - Across the muddy field

Yashica Mat 124G, Rolleinar 2 & Ilford FP4+.

Taken on 25 April 2018

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Dandelion

I’m still not on track for posting much I’m afraid. Not sure when I’ll get back to daily posts, but I’ll try to update as often as I can though.

FILM - Dandelion

Yashica Mat 124G, Rolleinar 2 & Ilford FP4+.

Taken on 20 April 2018

A bit Leica like a

This is a Fed 1 rangefinder that I was given a few months back. It’s a copy of the Leica II. I’m not sure if this one works properly – the shutter seems to fire, but I can’t alter the aperture.

FILM - A bit Leica like a

Yashica Mat 124G, Rolleinar 2 & Ilford FP4+.

Taken on 20 April 2018

Pubs in decline

Pubs are an industry in decline. Many (away from town centres, at least) are either closed, struggling, or transformed into family pub-restaurants. There are still loads of pubs about, so they aren’t on their last-legs just yet, but it’s a common sight to see one boarded up these days, sadly.

FILM - The  decline of the pub business

Zeiss Mess-Ikonta 524/16 & Fomapan 400.

Taken on 21 December 2017

Catching the sunlight

This small, seemingly abandoned (or at least in need of some repairs) building is located in Eckington, a few miles from my home. I’ve glanced at it on several occasions as a potential photo subject, but on the day I took this it was sat in brilliant sunlight, so I stopped the car and took the shot.

FILM - In the sunlight

Zeiss Mess-Ikonta 524/16 & Fomapan 400.

Taken on 21 December 2017

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