This post marks the 750th entry in my photography blog, and three-quarters of the way to one thousand has a nice, significant sounding number to it. While I on occasion may wistfully dream of more traffic to my blog, I immediately rebuke myself; it’s not the most important thing. It’s about creating a body of work that I can very occasionally feel proud of (although I’m always only one bad roll of film away from scorning myself as a photographer but that’s another issue.)
Today’s image was taken at the Ring of Brodgar, a stone circle located in the Orkney islands in Scotland. Older than Stonehenge, this place makes you think about time and permanence.
Voigtlander Bessa R Rangefinder, 15mm/4.5 Superwide Heliar lens
Rollei Retro 80s film, developed in Rodinal 1+50 for 14 minutes @ 20 C