Eyam sheep roast

The sheep roasting jack in Eyam in the Peak District. The village carnival, when the sheep roast takes place, is held each September. It’s not something I’ve ever attended, but it’s nearly lunchtime and the thought of it is making me hungry!

The second photograph is of a building just behind the roasting jack.

FILM - Sheep roast

FILM - Behind the sheep roast

Yashica Mat 124 G & Ilford HP5+.

Taken on 2 February 2019

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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

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

Frozen

I got up early and went out to catch the sunrise in the Peak District last weekend. The place was blanketed with a thin layer of snow and it was a crisp and cold morning(-1.5C). I shot several colour photos on digital, but took the Yashica Mat out with me and shot a roll-and-a-half of black and white too, including this one.

FILM - Frozen

Yashica Mat 124 G & Ilford HP5+.

Taken on 2 February 2019

Skeletal tree

As much as summer is nice, and autumn colour is glorious, the naked skeletons of winter-time trees tend to make for the most interesting photographs I think.

FILM - Waiting for the flesh to return

Nikon F80, Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 AF & Fomapan 400.

Taken on 20 January 2019