Film Photography

The Cotswolds

If you’ve ever done a jigsaw puzzle of a quaint little English village, or spotted one on your granny’s box of chocolates then there’s a very good chance it was of somewhere in The Cotswold’s. That’s where I’ve been for the last few days!

Cotswold houses - Pentax K1000
signpost - Pentax K1000

It’s a very, very pretty part of the world – almost cloyingly so in some of the more touristy spots – this all helped make it a very relaxing break though; not least because wherever you travel there you’re never more that 100 metres away from tea and scones.

open for dinner - Pentax K1000

I love all the honey coloured stone – it only rained for the first day, somehow we managed to dodge any further downpours.  When the sun shines the buildings really do glow – see how different these look compared to the first couple in this post which were taken in the rain.

letterbox - Pentax K1000

I took one or two digital photos whilst I was away but I mainly stuck to my Pentax film camera. It seemed to fit in nicely with the step back in time.

cotswold blossoms - Pentax K1000
Broadway topiary - Pentax K1000
quince - Pentax K1000
Broadway bush - Pentax K1000

All taken with my Pentax K1000 camera | 50mm f/1.2 lens | FujiColor Professional 160S film

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    22 March 2013 at 09:19

    lovely photos! we used to live around there when I was younger (which was why I recognised your instagram pic) and I looove the brick there, it is just like honey.

    I can’t wait to see more photos :)

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