" Saint Catherine's Light "

By badgerwil70
St.Catherine's Lighthouse guarding the southern most point of the Isle of Wight and the very dangerous coast line and grave yard to many an unwary ship.Sad
I think the Fog Horns show the gravity.
Taken on a day out with a friend each with a 36exp roll of film and a old camera of choice as a comp.


Will.Grin
Full history can be found on Wikipedia.



Tags: General Lighthouse Black and white Foghorn Film photography

Comments


18 Aug 2019 2:05PM
Stunning image quality Bill, how long did you spend in the Buddle inn?
keep em coming
speak soon
Geoff

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18 Aug 2019 2:42PM
An excellent mono image, Will.
Brings back memories of our trip to the IoW back in 2007.
We had an enjoyable pint at the Highdown Inn if my memory serves me correctly.
Another visit beckons!!

RichardSmile
Excellent image
18 Aug 2019 5:26PM
A beautiful mono with beautiful contrast and lovely greytones.
Good work!

Arne

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