To Mark The 50th Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination I Wrote Several Pieces Over On My History Blog
Lewis’ on Flickr.
A recent snap
Here’s a photo of me taking a photo and also the photo I took.
I was shooting a test roll on a Bronica ETR while my dad was finishing a test roll in an Olympus Trip 35 that I picked up and he snapped me snapping.
Scenic Rubbish #1
I was recently walking through Copper Valley on the Welsh island of Anglesey, which on first glance is a beautiful place but when you look a little closer you notice just how much rubbish is strewn everywhere. Mixing in with the natural beauty, human impact at its worst.
New series going up.
Launched a mailing list for my History blog today.
Introducing Historical Firearm’s New Mailing List Service
With many followers in different timezones with different ‘tumblring’ habits I thought a mailing list that sends highlights from Historical Firearms straight to your inbox might be useful for many followers/readers. It will also allow readers who don’t have a tumblr account to receive updates about Historical Firearms content.
When you sign up to the mailing list you can choose exactly what you want to receive. The choices are:
- The Weekly Recap straight to your inbox at the end of each week
- The Recap and several additional featured posts during the week
- Or a daily digest of the day’s content
All you have to do is fill in your email address and name (optional) and then select what you would like to receive. All details will be kept confidential and will go no further than the Historical Firearms mailing list. I hope you’ll find the service useful and sign up. Don’t hesitate to message me if you have any questions or suggestions.
Pop9 shots on Flickr
Shot between September - November 2013
(Taken with a Pop9, scanned with HP Scanjet G4050)
Got some prints developed this afternoon from my Pop9, cool camera.
My history blog, Historical Firearms, reached 1,000 followers this afternoon! Take a look at the page here.
Bronica ETRsi Test Roll, a set on Flickr.
A test roll through my new medium format Bronica SLR. They turned out pretty well great clarity, nothing exciting subject matter wise, just a local park.
Scanned with a HP Scanjet G4050.
The Zine Is Dead #4 is out, and my review of Haim’s Day’s Are Gone is on page 5. The whole issue is most definitely worth a read!