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9 March 2011

Mattiscombe rock

Mattiscombe Beach rock 2

Minolta X-700 with 17mm f/4 | HP5 plus @ ISO 800

I was lucky enough to have use of a fabulous 17mm Minolta f/4 MD lens while on this break: more to come.

8 March 2011

Hallsands: ruined coastal village, Devon

Filed under: Activix 200, APS, coast, Devon, film, Hallsands, Minolta Vectis S-1, outdated, ruins — Howard @ 12:00 am

Hallsands 1

Hallsands is a ruined coastal hamlet near Start Point on the south coast of Devon.

The village was devastated during a storm about a century ago, and a few ruins remain along with a couple of houses that are still inhabited.

Hallsands 2Above HallsandsHallsands 4

First four pictures taken with a Minolta Vectis S-1 and 80-240 APO lens with rather outdated film (hence the poor image quality)

Hallsands gate

29 January 2011

Home developed 4: Oxford

Continuing the series of photos from my recent home-developed film.

 

Bodleian window at night

1. Bodleian window at night

 

Bodleian library ceiling 2 | Christmas Light Night | Oxford

2: Bodleian library ceiling

 

Ashmolean cast gallery 1

3: Roman (?) boar in the Ashmolean cast gallery

28 January 2011

Home developed 3: more Christmas Light Night

Continuing the series of photos from my recent home-developed film.

 

Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 9

1: The pumpkin king, Jack Skellington is carried past the Radcliffe camera

 

Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 8

2: Woodfarm Primary School arrive by bus

 

Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 7

3: Church Cowley Primary School

27 January 2011

Home developed 2: Christmas Light Night

Continuing the series of photos from my recent home-developed film.

 

Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 1

Christmas Light Night 1: East Oxford Primary School in Radcliffe Square, Oxford, 26 November 2010

 

Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 3

2: Wheatley Park School

 

Christmas Light Night | Oxford | 5

3: An offer we can’t refuse

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