Cumisky

Although this blog is for my own work, I shall make an exception here.Some years ago I came across a large quantity of 4x5 negatives on a Parisian junk market.I have no idea how they ended up there, but they appear to be original still negatives for movie promotion.This one features a young Christian Bale in Spielbergs epic Empire of the Sun.
More to come as I scan.

Although this blog is for my own work, I shall make an exception here.
Some years ago I came across a large quantity of 4x5 negatives on a Parisian junk market.
I have no idea how they ended up there, but they appear to be original still negatives for movie promotion.
This one features a young Christian Bale in Spielbergs epic Empire of the Sun.

More to come as I scan.

The Photographer

The Photographer

Daisy Lowe, looking stunning as usual, at Erdem during London Fashion Week.

Daisy Lowe, looking stunning as usual, at Erdem during London Fashion Week.

Idyll on Flickr.I do remember a time when it wasn’t covered in scaffold, though that was a long time ago, and doubt I will now live long enough to see it unencumbered once again.
Some scaffold facts.
16 miles (25.5km) of tubing.
17,000 fittings hold it together.
5.6 miles (9km) of boards make up the floors.
It weighs nearly 110 tonnes.

Idyll on Flickr.

I do remember a time when it wasn’t covered in scaffold, though that was a long time ago, and doubt I will now live long enough to see it unencumbered once again.

Some scaffold facts.

16 miles (25.5km) of tubing.
17,000 fittings hold it together.
5.6 miles (9km) of boards make up the floors.
It weighs nearly 110 tonnes.

Tu Hwnt I’r Bont, meaning Beyond The Bridge in Welsh, is a tea shop in Llanwrst, North Wales. Originally a private dwelling when built in 1480, it has held may roles since, and has been rescued from decay on more than one occasion. Due to the foliage, it changes colour with the seasons. I plan on returning over a period of time with one of my Large Format cameras to document this.

Tu Hwnt I’r Bont, meaning Beyond The Bridge in Welsh, is a tea shop in Llanwrst, North Wales.
Originally a private dwelling when built in 1480, it has held may roles since, and has been rescued from decay on more than one occasion.

Due to the foliage, it changes colour with the seasons.

I plan on returning over a period of time with one of my Large Format cameras to document this.