Thomas (boggyb) wrote,

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Random film post!

Random film filler post! Today's film is Green 3563, and is probably from a similar vintage as the last one. This time it's a roll of Kodak Gold 200-6 which VueScan actually has a preset for!

My parents' house, as it was in the 90s! It's a 60s-ish build where the builders apparently didn't hold with such things as spirit levels... and the previous occupants had an, *ahem* interesting approach to DIY. This results in what should be simple jobs taking an entire day to do (as allegramente has occasionally commented on, over on A Letter From Home).

The next few photos are from an automaton exhibition we went to - it was full of downright weird creations. I'm not sure what this was supposed to represent.

"Press button for three seconds to operate mad god universe"

This one almost looks sensible.

While this one... less so...

Next up are some photos from another trip: Newhaven Fort, which I think we visited with friends from Seaford?

The style reminds me a lot of the local forts here round Fareham. Hmm... *searches*... what do you know, Newhaven Fort is another one of Palmerston's Follies.

Random exhibit somewhere in the depths of the fort.

Looking across the fort and upriver, from up on the ramparts.

Tags: automaton, film, house, newhaven, photography

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