Cotters Farm #3

The farmhouse was one room. The roof is about to fall down and the logs are rotten, so I’d better return with an SLR and a tripod very soon to record the inscriptions (both runic and latin) on the wall, and the half-buried furniture inside. 

The film I used for these pictures was Rollei Retro 80s, an aerial film apparently derived from Agfa Aviphot Pan 80. I’ve heard a lot of praise for this particular film, and I recommend it, too. It’s amazing! You might like to try it if you haven’t had the pleasure yet.

(Zeiss Ikon “ZM”, Carl Zeiss Biogon 2,8/28, Rollei Retro 80s in Rodinal.)

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2 thoughts on “Cotters Farm #3

    • Hej Marie, and thanks a lot for visiting my blog and for the encouraging comments. I really like your photography and look forward to follow your blog from now on.

      Rollei 80s was a pain to scan, but I finally got it about right. If you buy it from http://www.antoniostasi.com in Bergen, Norway, you might get away with less postage. (Or even better: go visit him; it’s a very nice place to be for an analogue photographer.)

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