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Jura

My favourite whisky, although admittedly  not my favourite expression of the whisky from the Jura Distillery. This was taken on my Nikon FM with 28mm lens on Ilford FP4 125 ISO film at f2.8 1/30th sec. 205 more words

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Ogmore Castle

This the last post in a series across this week of the Ogmore River, the other two can be found here and here, and this time it’s of the ruined castle itself that sits next to the river. 223 more words

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Bridge Over the Ogmore River

As I said yesterday I’ve got some more shots of the River Ogmore near the castle in South Wales and I’ll be posting them across the next few days, this is the second instalment, the first can be found… 539 more words

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Stepping Stones

“Ah the old stepping stones”, as I assume someone, possibly geriatric and from a Southern U.S. State once said. This scene shows a stepping stone walkway across the River Ogmore, right next to Ogmore Castle, in South Wales and was taken on my Nikon FM with 28mm on Ilford FP4 125 ISO at f8 125/sec. 212 more words

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Hand coloring old photos - - The things you do out of boredom.

This next photos are the example of a technique that I use to give color to old black and white pictures. I won’t lie! Takes a lot of time and patience to achieve it. 140 more words

Desk Lamp

Oh the perversion, using an analogue film camera to photograph it’s zombified brethren, gutted and re-purposed as a hipster-tastic piece of furniture. This, dear readers, is a photograph of the desk lamp I received for Christmas, and it’s pretty cool I think you’ll agree. 238 more words

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Happy Accidents

I really didn’t know what went wrong with this roll. After my Superheadz Ultra Wide and Slim died on me, the film was sitting long enough inside the toy camera so I rewound and took it out for safekeeping. 85 more words

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