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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Today’s photo, freshly scanned from the archives takes me back 14 years. Learning on my first SLR camera, a Seagull DF-300 and self developing B&W film. I submitted a 4 sided board for my UE/ 7th form Photography, themed ‘Intoxication’. I was quite into experimenting with double and triple exposures, and successfully showed a self […]

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Fenced in Forrest

An old 35mm from the archives (cropped and post edited). I remember taking this image and being amused (and worried) about the trespassers warning sign. When you go close up, it looks like the trespasser is being shot… I decided not to venture further into the ‘Fenced in Forrest’.

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The Green Lagoon

So its really more a pond then a lagoon, I think. Ive been battling a bit of a cold these last few days, today being the worst of it so far. I spent all the day inside, and when I was feeling up ‘enough’ to go for a stroll with the camera it started raining […]

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35mm Hong Kong

I recently purchased a film scanner with the intention of using it to copy new films as I develop them. As a side bonus, I found a box of old negatives from my 100% film days. Todays image is one of those, taken on my trip to Hong Kong about ~8 years ago. From memory […]

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