Girafferacing's posts from March 2021

I was delighted to receive my negatives back today from my afternoon at St Mary’s Church in Henham. Church photography with something as basic as a pinhole…

Much as I love our village, it’s been a huge relief to finally see an easing of the Covid restrictions this week, meaning I can go and explore beyond the…

I felt the need for some slow photography this afternoon, but sadly the heavy rain outside wasn’t exactly conducive to shooting with a wooden camera. Instead I…

The blackthorn trees around the spinney are covered in blossom now – a welcome sight after the long winter. During my walk this afternoon I stopped to take a…

As Kevin and I took our walk this afternoon the local birds seemed to be on sentry duty, watching the world go by. We have lots of sparrows in the village, who…

I walked a long circuit around the village this afternoon, taking in the Aubrey Buxton Nature Reserve once again and it was lovely to see more hints of…

Now the weather is slowly warming up I’m trying to get into the habit of spending more time in the garden so our feathered visitors get used to my presence…

I often use slow film for my pinhole photography as it allows me to lengthen my exposure times. However, I’ve never used ISO 50 film until I loaded this roll of…

There are several robins who hang around the lakeside at Hatfield Forest but they were feeling shy when I last took my camera out to photograph them. With fewer…

After a long break I finally took my Uncle’s Rolleiflex out for a spin again during my walk around Linnets Wood last week. Shooting with it has some challenges,…

For weeks now I’ve only ventured into the woods when the ground has been frozen because the quagmire I faced the rest of the time filled me with muddy dread.…

A couple of weeks ago we had a wonderfully sunny Sunday so I spent some time crawling around our flowerbeds having some pinhole fun with the spring flowers. To…

It was so lovely to return to Audley End for a walk recently and I took my little Rollei along for the ride. I’m still making friends with this camera, but I’m…

During a quick stroll around Saffron Walden I finished off the roll of black and white film in my Rollei 35, keen to move into colour. With only a handful of…

Today felt like a proper adventure, with an hour’s drive to Suffolk to collect a musical instrument for a work gig – the furthest I’ve travelled in months! My…

I’ve walked through Linnets Wood, in Ugley Green, a couple of times but never really explored it properly. This morning I returned with the Rolleiflex (on its…
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