Lockdown cabin fever has progressed so far that last week I found myself scanning a biscuit (it was a McVitie's Rich Tea Finger if that is of any interest). After that, things can only get better - so here is a scan of a lump of moss pulled from a stone wall.
The latest scan from the trawl through my old 35mm negatives. Because of adjacent shots, I would date this at about 1971 or '72. A group of us had been to visit Banklfield Museum in Halifax, and afterwards I crossed the road to take this photograph. I think this is Woodside Terrace, in which case, … Continue reading Scannin’ At The Woodside