To ‘like’ or not to ‘like’; what is the question? … … Will WordPress answer it?

Am I alone in thinking that it is time for us to be able, with a simple click, to do more than ‘like’ a post? Do I like the words, or just the… Continue reading

Urban bee – Contax AX, Yashica 55mm f/3.5 macro, Superia 200

A lovely countryside scene, isn’t it? No. It is in Halford’s car park in the centre of the city of Bradford. An urban bee. For non-British readers I should explain that Halford’s is… Continue reading

Get your ‘hidden places’ pix on a new blog

This blog is, as the subtitle implies, about photography on film in classic cameras. But my interest in photography starts from the image so I follow some photographers (including some of my ‘favourites’)… Continue reading

Hidden Bradford 3 – Contax AX, Vivitar 19mm f/3.8, Fuji Superia 200

Here’s a flight of steps going nowhere, or so it seems. Again a great number of people pass along a major road within yards of where I was standing when I took the… Continue reading

In praise of buttercup

Like the dandelion, which gilded the fields here a month ago, the buttercup frustrates many gardeners as it invades their lawns. There are a lot of frustrated gardeners around here just now! I… Continue reading

May was a little late this year

We usually see the hawthorn in blossom in late April or May. So the popular name for the blossom is May. This year we didn’t see it until June. But when she came,… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: CURVES

Menston, Wharfedale (in the Metropolitan District of Bradford), West Yorkshire, UK. Olympus OM1, Zuiko 28mm f/2.8. Kodak B&W400 C-41 film.

Hidden Bradford 2 – Olympus OM4, Kodak C-41 black & white 400

This one is maybe just a little more difficult than the last one but again thousands of people pass within yards of it every day but few are aware that it is there.… Continue reading

Bradford – another view 2. By Vivitar Wide & Slim

This is the view just past the final house on the western end of the village in which I live. Ten minutes walk from my home, it is in Bradford, six miles from… Continue reading

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