Where's Wally?

Guess where I am? From the photos it should be obvious. Which, by the way, are all film shots I’ve taken on my Granda’s camera. I developed the negatives myself, and scanned them in, and later today I’m going to print shots from them. Exciting, no?

And that’s your lot for now, folks.

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9 responses to “Where's Wally?

  1. Photolosopher

    Wow. I now feel totally inadequate in the photographying department :p that shot of the stairs is bloody gorgeous! xxx

  2. Adam

    Grrrr… you and your photography skills… I am very very jealous…

  3. Andy Evans

    Newcastle!

    • Jenny

      Correct! And, also, thank you, but really Newcastle is one of the most photogenic places I know and you’d have to be blind not to be able to take good photos here!

  4. Dominic Rout

    It’s great that you can get such amazing results by doing things the ‘old fashioned’ way. This is why there will always be room for film in photography.

  5. mikel

    They are gorgeous and agree Newcastle is a fantasically photgenic place. I guessed it from the first pic, that long sweeping platform, been through it many many times en route from Edinburgh to London not to recognise it.

    Hope you’re enjoying yourelf up there, sounds like you are.

    HAve fun.

  6. I refuse to guess where you are until you’re wearing a red and white striped jumper, hat, socks and blue trousers.

  7. Jenny

    I’m afraid I can’t oblige, owning as I do red-and-white-stripy nothing. And those glasses are a bit dodgy for my tastes…! xx

  8. Oooh, Newcastle. Must. move. back. up. North. someday!!

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