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13 comments

Marije Aguillo said:

Muy nostálgica.
8 weeks ago ( translate )

Steve Bucknell said:

It only needs a spectral figure glimpsed at a window to be complete…
8 weeks ago

Don Sutherland said:

Incredible shot and fantastic title.
8 weeks ago

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Beautifully done Peter.
8 weeks ago ( translate )

Günter Klaus said:

Wow,dass chaut richtig klasse aus mit diesen alten Look lieber Peter :))

Wünsche noch einen schönen Nachmittag,liebe Grüße Güni :))
8 weeks ago ( translate )

Keith Burton said:

An interesting looking piece of architecture Peter.................built in Tudor times I'm guessing, but still looking good.

Very nicely captured - the black and white tones are lovely,

Do you develop the film yourself?
8 weeks ago

Peter Castell replied to Keith Burton:

It's Baddesley Clinton a NT property West Midlands I've not tried developing I have thought about it but for the occasional film it's probably cheaper to have it done plus a lab will have the used chemicals dealt with properly. I've never taken many B&W photos many years ago I took a few on a folding Kodak camera 2.25 square then got a 35mm Mamiya and went to colour slide film, it's the old look that I like from the time when a photo was something special
7 weeks ago

@ngélique ❤️ said:

Jolie photo mon ami ******************passez un bon we !
8 weeks ago ( translate )

William Sutherland said:

Beautiful capture; perfect in monochrome!

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7 weeks ago ( translate )

Annemarie said:

has a nice vintage look
7 weeks ago ( translate )

Keith Burton replied to Peter Castell:

When I was in the RN I made friends with a Naval Photographer, who used to give me black and white film to try and also showed me how to develop it. I had an Olympus OM10 and a 50mm lens (which I still have, but never use). I have a large envelope of black and white photos I took, which I would be embarrassed to show anyone :-))). When I left that particular posting I didn't take another photo until a couple of years after I retired from the RN in 1998. My first digital camera was a Nikon D80 I think.
7 weeks ago

Roger (Grisly) said:

A beautifully preserved manor house, very well captured from a delightful point of view,
the monochromatic film fits the building perfectly Peter
7 weeks ago

Esther said:

So different than today's digital photos.
7 weeks ago