This film has been in my Canon AE-1 Program for a while, so this assortment of unconnected photos go back a while. Unfortunately the film curled pretty badly while drying and I wasn’t able to scan it properly. Quite a few of these pictures have Newton’s rings in them – rainbow-coloured splodges across the middle […]Read more "Avon Gorge and other stuff"
As if the internet didn’t already have enough kittens, Hannah and I adopted a rescue kitten called Mittens. She is a semi-feral cat and is quite afraid of people. After a few hours of being around her she let us stroke her briefly, but she usually hisses. She won’t let us pick her up, but […]Read more "Meet Mittens"
Yep – it’s Lou Lou again, and this time she’s rolling around on her scratching pad.Read more "Lou Lou again"
Lou Lou was sweetly sitting by the back door one minute. Slightly less sweetly sitting by the back door the next. (Actually, this is a little unfair on Lou Lou. She wasn’t angry – just yawning. But she does look possessed).Read more "Changeable"
Well, eye of the domesticated cat. Here’s another snap of Lou Lou.Read more "Eye of the tiger"
I rarely shoot film indoors, but since I had a roll of fast film in the camera this week I was able to shoot a few pictures of Lou Lou with daylight from the window and some artificial light. These are my favourites. If you’ve seen Lou Lou before, you’ll know she’s mainly creamy white […]Read more "More of Lou Lou"
I’d like to introduce you to Lou Lou, our new cat. She’s a rescue cat from the Bristol branch of the Cats Protection League – 4 years old and very playful. We’ve already put one or two photos from our phones on Facebook but these are the first proper photos. I’m sure there will be […]Read more "Meet Lou Lou"