One I've posted a few times before, but a new print made last weekend:
The dodgy left-hand edge is purely a result of me scanner - this is a 9.5"x12" print, so it doesn't quite fit on the scanner bed. Anyway, that's not important.
The bottom line is I should take more photographs, but from time to time when I get a compelling urge to print (pretty frequently these days I must admit) I just pick through my neg files and see what leaps out. This one has leapt out a few times but this time I stuck it on some Foma 131 paper and sloshed some Moersch Easylith developer over it for about 3-4 minutes. There's more detail in the print than the scan - obviously! :) It's not particularly lithy but the overall print is decent enough. It's not toned or anything - the Foma paper naturally comes out very warm in the lith developer.
I like the sunlight hitting the trees randomly through the scene. There's a path there, of sorts but you get the impression there might be many other paths too. Like life itself, eh?
Taken a couple of years ago on a walk through Coleraine's "Trim Trail", near Somerset - across the river from Mountsandel where those oldest people in Ireland used to live. A lovely place to walk at any time of year, to be fair. It's been a while since I've been there - Note to self: must go again soon...and take another snap or two.