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Location: Girne (Kyrenia), North Cyprus

 

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Leicaflex SL2 with Summilux R 80mm f1.4. Ilford HP5+ pushed to 3200 developed in Tmax 1:4.

Geevor Tin Mine tour, March 2020

 

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Post #1089 was taken at circa 35mm.  This one (of Malmesbury Abbey) was at 21mm.  In both cases I had a Hoya HMC G(X0) filter fitted.

 

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I made a visit to the Geevor Tin Mine back in March. It closed as the last of the Cornish working tin mines in 1991, much equipment was then sold off, but it was turned into a museum and is open (Covid19 permitting) all year round. I forgot to pack some Tmax3200 so used Ilford HP5+ pushed to 3200 and developed with Tmax - a beautiful combination, and much better control of grain than the very fast films. Even with the f1.4 Summilux 80 I was struggling in the old mine, but the Leicaflex enabled me to keep steady enough. 

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The old changing rooms and rest places echo with the ghosts of the past. Geevor tin mine, Cornwall.

Leicaflex SL2 with Summilux R 80mm f1.4 on Ilford HP5+ pushed to 3200

 

 

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