10 October 2016
Around 5 years ago I had to put my belongings in storage due to a pending move.
5 years later I finally got them back, and while unpacking my cameras I realised that the Coronet 6-6 still had a film in it.
Yesterday I got the film back from the developers.
As best as I can remember (comparing them to existing digital shots from the time, plus when I received the camera), they were taken in Cornbury Park, during the winter of 2010, while I was working at Torchbox.
This camera was a present from Auntie Marie, who is now sadly gone. So although the memories are bitter sweet, it’s a nice reminder of the power of photography.