A little trip to Ely

The month of August / beginning of September was a period of time where I travelled far and wide for my weddings (Oxford, Chichester, Norfolk).  Emily and I travelled to Ely the day before Saturday’s wedding in Norfolk. Emily had a hair cut and I wondered around in the sunshine.

These female ducks didn’t care that I was sitting with them as they were way too busy eating – I tried to pet them but I guess for them that was too far.

I found this antiques centre, the kind that rambles on for ages. There were plenty of cameras there for me to look at (all overpriced) but I did open the back of one camera and found a roll of undeveloped film, which I persuaded the owner to give to me. I’ll develop it next week and I guess I will upload any good shots here, if it comes out.

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A found Film » Phil Hearing - September 11, 2012 - 10:52 am

[…] documented a week or so ago that I had found an old film in a camera while looking around an antiques stores. Here are the exposures that were on the film. The bright colours and vivid fringing are down to […]