EVERYBODY whoever has or will go to Silloth is obliged to take a photograph of the remains of this pier, from one any angle possible. I'll take a bet that these, or the steps of the sea wall, or the white wooden lighthouse structure are the most photographed things there.
This was taken before Christmas, and was one of the first rolls of film that I self developed.
Taken some time in March using Wista 45 field camera and a... 210mm lens (?)
Fuji Pro 160S (expired) Self processed in Fujihunt 3 bath kit using a mod45 sheet film holder for the first time.
A quick scan using a Epson V700 while I waited to scan them on the flextight scanner which was awaiting repair (transformer killed by a powercut).
I took these while I stayed with Ross and his housemates in Aberystwyth for a few days. I think I only used 4 sheets of film and took about 6 photos on my ETRS (in 4ish days). I have 6 more sheets of 4x5 film to process after I have handed in my dissertation and sorted my website and all of that crap.