This was one of those 'last frames' that you have to take in order to finish the film that has been hanging around in the camera just a day or two too long. Or even a week or two, given my current state of snapping. Ah well - it'll come good sometime soon, I'm sure.
Anyway, part of one of the old wooden doors on the outbuildings:
The thing that caught my eye was the cobwebs and the wood grain - only when I printed it I saw a sort of a face-thing. Disturbing, in hindsight - perhaps I could sell it to one of those horror genre film directors, like James Wan or someone. I was using the 50mm lens on the Hasselblad with a close-up filter on the front, which works pretty well in the sense it allows you to focus a lot closer than normal. Right...
On my current favourite paper, Ilford Cooltone RC - for that Art-School look.