One you might have seen before in a different guise. A lith-developed print on Ilford Warmtone 5x7 RC paper. Not toned, just naturally warm.
|Rathlin Island, looking West, summer of 2016. Snapped up on the M6 with a 21mm Voigtlander lens. One of those wee silver LTM lenses with a adaptor to fit the M6. A thing of beauty it is, too - with a focussing prong and all. I could live on Rathlin, even though it's only a couple of miles one way by about 5 the other. It's one of those places that feels just so in touch with Mother Earth and whatever weather she decides to throw at it, which is usually a lot. And even though there is electricity and Internet these days it feels very un-connected. And there's history to the place - everywhere. On the way to school this morning I asked Missy if we were going to Rathlin this summer and she looked at me as if I had horns (a good Ulster colloquialism that one). The gist of the reply was 'Of course'. Can't wait.|