Some of our friends got married recently, and their wedding car was a Bentley Mark VI. I’m no classic car buff but this vehicle was beautifully built, maintained, and polished, and well-worthy of a picture or two. Photographs taken on Frenchay Common, Bristol.Read more "Bentley Mark VI"
OK, so this isn’t a gate, and it isn’t so much being crashed as crushed, but I stand by my title. This metal fence was bent by a large branch that fell from a tree. It is a huge branch – larger than the trunk of most trees. The tree from which it fell is just out […]Read more "Gatecrasher"
Last week I visited some friends to take some photos of their new baby. I was distracted by their friendly cat, Daisy. She’s extremely friendly and wanted attention, so of course I took a picture! Canon AT-1 with Canon 100mm f/4 macro, Ilford HP5+, flash bounced off ceilingRead more "Daisy"
It seems an age ago now (June) that a group of us visited the Severn Valley Railway for Fraser’s stag do. It basically consisted of a group of overgrown man-boys drinking beer (responsibly) and riding trains all day. We did some sightseeing at some of the stations and the following day we took a walk […]Read more "Severn Valley Railway"
I decided to have a quick count of the film I have in stock. It seems I have 37 rolls of 120-format film, and 10 rolls of 135 (35mm) format. That’s a total of 730 pictures, assuming I shoot the 120 film as 6×7 negatives with 10 frames per roll, and the 135 film with […]Read more "Film"