I took these photos of Oldbury Court Estate in October but it’s taken me a while to get round to processing the film, as I have moved house. The good news is my new darkroom is much larger and better equipped. The first film to emerge from it has come out perfectly.
These photos are unusual for me, because they are taken in the early morning. Usually I’m too lazy for that, and sunsets are much more common on this blog. But fog is also my favourite weather and so the sight of mist out of the window is usually enough to get me out of bed early and outdoors with a camera.
On this occasion, the camera of choice was the mighty Horseman 980, loaded with Kodak Ektar film.
This photo of the weir near Snuff Mills was taken a few days earlier, but it was on the same film so it can live here too.