I don’t normally take pictures of just the sky, but this stuck me because of the amount of passenger airliner vapour trails criss-crossing above me forming a pattern of intersecting lines across from the Cumulus into the Cirrus clouds. Might of even been better in colour, but black and white film was loaded at the time.
Taken over Barton’s Point, Isle of Sheppey, England with my Leica M4-2, Summicron 50mm f/2 on Fomapan 100 Classic film rated at 400, plus a yellow B&W filter.
Don’t know why I like this image but it just works somehow. Taken in the narrow back streets of Orbec, France, there are some lovely old buildings with cobbled streets. This is looking up the Rue des Osiers.
Leica M4-2, Summicron 50mm f/2 on Kodak Tri-X film rated at ISO 800 with a B&W Yellow filter.
St Mary’s Church, Reculver, England. Also known as the Reculver towers, is the all that remains of St. Mary’s which was demolished with gunpowder in 1809 after year of disuse. Described on Wikipedia as described as “an act of vandalism for which there can be few parallels even in the blackest records of the nineteenth century”
This location has been photographed so many times, I think it would be impossible to count the images taken. On the day I was there, I observed three other people where taking pictures of the church.
Leica M4-2, Summicron 50mm f/2 on Kodak Tri-X film, and a yellow B&W filter.
Another doggy picture, I must start taking more images of cats I suppose. Snapped this little chap along Sheerness seafront.
Taken using a Leica M4-2, Summicron 50mm on Kodak Tri-X film with a yellow B&W filter.