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 walkContinue reading “Severn Valley Railway”
Not a very glamorous name, but there is a rail depot there and a good vantage point from St Philip’s Causeway. As it was sunny, I took this picture with my infrared DSLR.
A freight train passes through Pilning station in the evening.
I just developed another film from my trusty Mamiya RB67. These pictures are from “here and there”, not too far from Bristol. The garden wall is in my own garden. As the sun shone down the side of my house, the gate cast an unusual, shimmering shadow on the wall. The picture didn’t quite captureContinue reading “Bristol et environs”
This week’s Photo Challenge was titled “at the movies“. We had to take a picture that could be captioned by the title of a well-known film. I frantically went through my DVD shelf looking for inspiration and found little. I scoured IMDb’s top 250 and again found myself short of ideas. Eventually I decided toContinue reading “The Railway Children”
Today I was visited by a friend from Nuneaton. We decided to enjoy the pleasant (but slightly overcast) Spring weather by cycling to Bitton Station on the Avon Valley Railway. For the first time, I used Efke R 50 film and I took my Conway box camera. It has a low quality lens with poorContinue reading “Bitton Station”
Recently on my blog I posted about using flash bulbs with an old box camera. The photos in this post are taken with said box camera, and the indoor ones are using flash bulbs. This is my first attempt at using flash bulbs, and indeed at any flash photography on film. I had a bitContinue reading “Dad’s retirement”
This evening I decided to take a stroll along the canal near Atherstone with my parents, brother Edmund and girlfriend Hana. It was a really nice evening for a walk and we covered about three miles.