Starting off with a frame from my great grandfather’s 1930s Rolleicord that my mother gave to me when I visited for Christmas a few years back. She called this her ‘contemporary’ Christmas tree.
Just some unedited snapsh!ts going back a year probably. Starting with a field in Iceland, exciting stuff right?
A more recognisable image of Iceland.
Shooting 6×7 at the Burn House.
Somewhere in Edinburgh, on my way to see Makoto Shinkai at Scotland Loves Animation.
Probably wanted to use up the last shot so I could stick it in the dev tank.
Mounting prints for a PhotoSoc exhibition & auction.
And at the auction the following day.
Department Xmas party?
Seems apt that I am only just posting photos from last year’s reading party considering that this year’s takes place 3 weeks from now.
Again with the trees/foliage because, well, TREES.
Then some lesser-spotted computer scientists amongst the trees.
It seems that age can’t hamper the gleeful happiness of playing in running water…
…but others may have their own ideas.
‘Spot the computer scientist’ 1/2.
One paddle wasn’t enough, now everybody wants a go.
I think when I first got the Biogon I decided to take photos of foliage simply to see whether the lens was as sharp as people raved. Of course when scanned on a flatbed it’s not like I can really judge…
Playing with some programmable logic teaching aid thing.
Then to the pub again.
And more flash in the pub, but which somehow ended up on this roll instead of with the others.
And two more shots that came out of the Yashica Mat at some point during its broken-ness.