Berkswell church lamp

September 27, 2008

As autumn advances, I find my mood to be one of reflection and although I have a darkroom full of unworked negatives I have been reviewing some of my photos from the last year. I’m always amazed at what I ignore from a roll. I normally think that one good image from 120 and maybe two from 35mm is a success and sometimes, when I find the one which makes my heart leap in recognition, I have a tendency to skim over the rest of the roll. This often means that some of the subtler, or at least the less obvious, photos get passed by. Here is one such, made with a Populist cardboard camera handheld for about one second some time last winter at dusk.

Church lamp, Berkswell

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