Cheddar Gorge

An old film archive from some years ago now. Visiting England, we drove through the beautiful Cheddar Gorge. A limestone based gorge, Cheddar is home to the oldest British human skeleton (9000 years). Voted at one stage as the second wonder of the UK, Cheddar George, from my memory, was a beautiful spot to pass […]

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UK Countryside

Another one from the 35mm archives today. Im not sure where this was taken and only vaguely remember the outing, but am sure its of the UK countryside. Here in NZ virtually all our country fences are #8 wire. I remember being amazed of the number and lengths of old stone walls out in the […]

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The French Moat

Scanned from film, I caught this image when visiting France for the UK. Moats are a rare sighting on this side of the world, so it was always a novelty for me to see one. Found in many of the continents of the world, ones like this were possibly just as ornamental as anything, but […]

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Penn an Wlas

Penn an Wlas, better known as Land’s End in UK is my photo for today. Taken in film some years ago, I just got around to scanning it today. Just out of Cornwall, Land’s End is the western most point of the UK. I recall the beautiful scenery of the area, and the high walled […]

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People of the Tower

Another image from the archives. I took this when on my visit to Singapore. One of the temples, the roof with this amazing detailing could be seen from streets away. Originally in color 35mm, I did some post sharpening and switched it over to B&W. Taken on the Minolta Dynax 700si. Thats all for today!

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Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Another busy day full of training from sunrise to past sunset, so I started looking again at old negatives. As with my last 35mm posting, keeping in Hong Kong, todays image was shot somewhere up Victoria Peak. At 552m high, I think this makes it Hong Kong’s second highest point. Taken on the Minolta Dynax […]

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