Some scans from the Zorki always a bit of a worry to get a camera that’s not far from forty years old and see if it still works. Happy to say that it seems to work like a charm.
These are quick scans still have to give them a wee clean as you can see from the imperfections, I’ll do that at the darkroom stage.
The road out of Dunkeld. I actually meant to go down to Birnam wood for a shot of the old trees and completely forgot so I won’t bother with any Shakespearean verse.
First time in ages I’ve done one of these archaeography mash ups. This one Victoria Bridge in Dundee the arches are now bricked up each with it’s own locked door, would love to see what’s behind them.
I assume at one point the water was used in the mills that surrounded the area, where the hell has the water gone?
Heading for Edinburgh Airport the other week and snapped a few shots of the mist covered bridge on the old phone.
Actually forgot I’d taken these, gave them a wee tweak and a run through Silver Efex.
Okay so it’s not quite on the same scale as the one in Paris but we’re obviously just starting.
Walking over the wee bridge at City Quay, Dundee today and noticed a single padlock on the wire rope followed by a couple more not the most romantic bunch us Dundonians haha!
The fog is an illusion—
A master of disguise,
Which hides the tangible
Before our very eyes.
But when the fog has lifted
Everything’s still there,
And the tangible
Only seemed to’ve disappeared.
In the early morning
Or late at night,
The fog descends
Upon various sites.
It gives an air of mystery
That has long prevailed.
Is the fog’s foggy veil.
By Walterrean Salley
Some fog forming on the Tay, would have been good if it had been a bit thicker but it wasn’t to be.