Any Colour As Long As It’s Black & White

First film I’ve shot and developed for a wee while. These are from a recent trip to Glamis to have a look at the classic cars. Couldn’t find the charger for the DSLR so it was film all the way shooting with the Bronica ETRSi and some Ilford HP5+. Top image the Model T Ford, the first car widely affordable to the masses shifting around … Continue reading Any Colour As Long As It’s Black & White

Calton Gaol, Edinburgh

Built between 1815 and 1817 it was Scotland’s largest prison the tower(Governor’s House) above is the only part standing. Different sites list the demolishing on various dates from 1927 to 1938. Below Regent Bridge, seeing as Trainspotting 2 is out I thought I’d cash in with a shot from where part of the opening scenes of the original were shot. Continue reading Calton Gaol, Edinburgh

Scottish American

“If it be life that waits, I shall live forever unconquered. If death, I shall die at last, strong in my pride and free” The impressive memorial gifted by Scottish Americans for the Scots that fought in the great war. Just along the road at the Old Calton Cemetery there’s a statue of Abraham Lincoln the only statue of a US President in Scotland dedicated … Continue reading Scottish American