Somewhere In Oregon
Olympus OM2sp, Zuiko 24mm, Ilford SFX, Red Filter.
Another image from the archive taken on the road to Crater Lake, which followed the course of this river for quite some distance. There was hardly any other traffic on the road, and I remember stopping at a roadside cafe that was made from an old time railway caboose, lovely.
Stanton Moor Bronze Age Stone Circle
Olympus OM2n, 24mm Zuiko, Red Filter, Kodak Tri-X.
A foggy day at Stanton Moor Derbyshire. An image from the archive for Leanne Coles “Monochrome Wednesday” Challenge.
Here’s my contribution for Leanne Coles Monochrome Wednesday challenge.
Minolta X700, Minolta 35-70mm f3.5, Kodak TriX, Ilford ID11
Took this image in the local Botanic Gardens using my Minolta 35-70mm zoom for the first time, must say I’m quite impressed with the lens especially as it only cost £9.99p.
Looking for images for a future blog post I came across a few negatives I’d scanned in a while ago (of course I didn’t find the ones I was looking for !) I thought this one would be good for Leanne Cole’s “Monochrome Wednesday” challenge.
Olympus OM2n, Vivitar 19mm, Konica ir750 infrared film, Red filter.
I took this image in 1993 whilst wandering around Latvia in my uncle’s old Moskvitch car that he kindly insured and placed at my disposal. It was great being on the road at that time, there was so little traffic about once you got out of the confines Riga.