I love old gates like this, and get a strange feeling when I se one in 'the flesh' probably because my early childhood was on a farm & then visits every summer until I became a busy student. Thanks for reminding me, Keith! Theolfa
There is definitely something that makes gates photogenic, Theolfa. Thanks for your lovely comments.
The Zenit E, sporting the Pentacon standard lens, done good, then?
The Blyth Film Camera Museum is always looking for donations, Paul ;), The address is: skida's Hoose.
I still haven't got the digitising process sorted and therefore haven't yet proved beyond reasonable doubt that film is superior (at the moment) to digital. I may have to dismantle my new, old scanner to clean the underside of the glass. Alternatively, I may just save up the pennies and get a new one.
Ho Keith, is this your country retreat ?
Much better than mine, mate, I had a time-share in the country, I shared with a Pig family!
Hope you are floating well in the little bus, not good biking weather, and I'm looking for an underwater camera!
Brekky in 7 1/2 hours, so I'd better get up the hill soon, seeya mate, Lv to Linda
Friday was fun in the bus: Flooded roads everywhere.
After camping in Kielder and experiencing the carnivorous beasties, I don't want a country retreat anywhere near here.
My back is well and truly knackered, but I am back at work.
We went on a little expedition today to the toon and I had to sit down quite often 'cos I was in pain.
Ho hum..... back at work at 5am tomorrow, so I'm off to bed.
Very nice small house and good photo,Sonja
Thank you for visiting my gallery and thanks for the lovely comment, Sonja.
Thanks Billy. I have been reading on Ken Rockwell's site and I discovered that I shot this in Real RAW!
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Photo taken in Kielder, Northumberland, UK
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