All hands

A lone figure walks past some “handy” street art.

FILM - All hands

Yashica Mat 124 G & Kodak Portra 400.

Taken on 16 March 2019

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Manor Lane

A scene I’ve photographed before (not long after I first got the Yashica Mat, in fact). I’d hoped for a few more puddles in the road, but only got a trio of small ones in the shot. The dry road surface doesn’t make for a bad leading line though.

FILM - Manor Road

Yashica Mat 124 G & Kodak Portra 400.

Taken on 17 March 2019

Little house. Big sky.

This shot was taken a few minutes after the photo I published in my post from the 20th March. The earlier image was the last shot on the roll of Portra, and this was the first on the roll of Shanghai GP3. I’ve cropped this image to a 6×4.5 ratio as the upper part of the frame was just empty blue sky, which didn’t add much to the picture.

I *think* I prefer this B&W phot over the colour, but there’s not much in it really. I like them both a lot. The colour image is a little more abstract as it only features the ploughed field and sky.

FILM - Little house, big sky

Yashica Mat 124 G & Shanghai GP3.

Taken on 17 March 2019

Excavator

Following a barely noticeable theme, we go from yesterday’s picture of a cement mixer to today’s picture of an excavator. This was parked up atop a pile of earth on what looks to be the site of a new home being constructed. It’s in a nice location, so will undoubtedly be costing a penny or two.

Anyway, I liked the way the machine was framed by a couple of trees and the way the shadows produced nicely dappled light on the scene.

FILM - Excavator

Yashica Mat 124 G & Shanghai GP3.

Taken on 31 March 2019

Gone to pasture

I spotted this old tractor at the weekend when I noticed a footpath went right through the middle of the farmyard. It’s a spot I think I’ll return to as there’s loads of scope for some interesting photographs. I got a couple more on this roll, so you might see those in a day or two.

FILM - The end of the road

Yashica Mat 124 G & Shanghai GP3.

Taken on 31 March 2019