A walk by the river and back

That day I went out with my Canon A1 and my LC-Wide, loaded with B&W Ilford HP5 400 and  agfa ct precisa slide film respectively. The Agfa came all black from the lab and I developed these recently. I used all Ilford chemicals. I used the times suggested in the instructions and tried to get…

The Pier and the Seagull

In Brighton. Visit to the grandparents. It is the first time in three years that I shoot a whole 36 frame roll of film without taking any photographs of T & P, shame on me. I think they were too cold to pose, and the light was the typical light of the depressing dark beginning…


I have been inspired by many hands photographs I have seen. I think this is a girl’s thing only, like dumb pictures of your feet, but maybe I am wrong. Do blokes take hands pictures too? Today, hands holding a feather, blackberries, fishing bait and a goldcrest.


Autumn Weekends Early morning activities in the woods. Monitoring birds during autumn migration. Or just weekend fun.


October. 7am. Milky film again. He wasn’t pointing at the train.


Summer Nostalgia In Garrucha Port, Almeria, Spain. Learning new skills and watching the boats come back with their catch. Mr T decided he wanted to to fishing, so he got equipped and went where the fishermen are, the fishing port. Within 10 minutes people came to tell him that it was ilegal to fish there….


Lomography Colour Negative 100 I don’t like this film. It ‘milks’ the perfect autumn light of the Sun. No wonder they gave it for free when I bought the lomochrome purple.


Dog walking in square format


Summer summer summer. Canon A1 + HP5 + sun are perfect, eyes opened please!


Two in a mission. Walk in early spring, north Spain. Home developed film used on a Canon A1.


Home developed Ilford HP5 from a little trip to the Peak District which proved to be a complete photographic disaster, with one of the cameras not working, another one with crap film for the light conditions and, worst of all, two 35 films ruined by me when I accidentally added the fixer before the developer….