It had that ‘last decent day of sunshine’ vibe about it so I took Big Boy RB67 for a walk with 2 rolls of Ilford Pan F 50. Was a very pleasant afternoon shooting in the sun and although I’ll probably forget about these images in a few years I still had a good time making them and thats what really matters.
The benefits of living in a small country include everything being one hour away. Including Lock Lomond and the surrounding hills.
Wifebot and I had a weekend to ourselves as once again the child decided she would rather be somewhere else. As i had a new lens to try (SMC TAKUMAR 50mm f/1.4) and the sun was out – we headed to Saltcoats; a small Scottish seaside town that neither of us had been to for over 30 years.
A few thousand steps, two rolls film and a chippy later we collapsed back onto the train calling it a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
Notes: I don’t like Pan F as much as it’s faster cousin FP4 and I have no idea what I’m doing when it comes to shooting landscapes.