Month: May 2015

The Collosuem

The Colloseum in  Rome, the true majesty of what human engineering could achieve even nearly two thousand years ago. All these are taken on my Nikon FM with 28mm on Agfa Vista Plus 200 ISO film.

Some have a black banding across the bottom where the film seems to have been exposed, I think this works quite well with some of the images, giving them a more aged feel. To me these look like they were taken decades ago and not last month.

f8 1/500th sec
Colloseum 3 28mm Agfa Vista Plus 200 f8 500th sec (more…)

Sea Front

Sea Front Agfa Vistaplus 200 f5

I’m noticing a theme in my photography recently, water. I haven’t meant to take photos of the same subject over and over but I keep being drawn back to the same or at least similar places, beaches, cliffs, lakes, anywhere where the power of the elements can be seen in abundance. This is the Sea Front in Penarth, South Wales, a place I have photographed and posted shots of many times, this pier shot being and also this very similar shot being prime examples. (more…)