My buddy who kindly donated his Nikon FM2 to me also gave me a Canon EOS 500n body. I don’t have any Canon autofocus lenses so I bought a M42 adapter so I could use my old Helios 58mm lens. The adapter also gives focus confirmation and infinity focus. There was a film in the camera, a very old Kodacolor 200.
Prawn, cheese, and wholemeal roll, nicotine tablets, and apple & mango juice.
Lavender in My Garden
Statue of the Rev. Robert Hall (2 May 1764 – 21 February 1831) was an English Baptist minister from Arnesby, Leicestershire.
The camera has got some useful features, and considering the film was very much past it’s expiry date I quite like the colour shifts.
I was hoping the weather was going to be ok today, but no it was not to be. Undaunted I set off for the town, it was drizzling rain, the need for some exercise spurred me on. Managed a few images with the Sigma on the way, and walked 5 1/2 miles.
The Coke Side Of Life
This is an old building so could have been subject to window tax which lasted until the 1850’s.
2 From The Museum Grounds
Life Will Take Hold
With The Grain
Something new learned today. This used to be Goddards silver polish factory built in the early 1930’s. It’s listed as an historic building so should escape the developers.
My Healthy Brunch
Avocado, hard boiled egg, a squeeze of lime and a toasted bun. Delicious and healthy, as recommended by Alexandra.
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