St.Albans, Hertfordshire May 2018


Back in 2015 I made a blog to archive my old film shots. It doesn’t have many followers as it’s a quiet little blog, but as I’m shooting a fair amount of film again these days, I’ll be doing some film special Reports over on it now and again, and here is the first….

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Phil and I met when we were both working in the Operating theatres of hospitals down south. Hemel Hempstead and St. Albans were sister hospitals which became a trust, and we worked in both.    This was back in 1987 through to about 1992 or thereabouts when Phil had to come back up North.  We’ve often spoken about going back to visit our old haunts, and at the beginning of May we had a weekend down there doing just that.  Of course, I took the Fuji, but also took the Minolta Riva Mini and some Fujifilm Experia 400.  We stayed in St.Albans and as well as old haunts we visited places we never got to see while living there. One such place was St.Albans Cathedral, but I shot that in digital and there’ll be a report on the Universe blog about that eventually, but I deliberately shot St.Albans town with…

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11 comments

  1. Left a comment on the other site. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. “Commit no nuisance”. Hysterical. I love that side door. I felt like I was walking the streets of St. Albans, so I thank you for that.

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  3. All your stuff is wonderful Fraggle. It’s on me that I can’t keep up with everyone. Clicking over now. Have a terrific Tuesday. Hugs!

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  4. Such a sweet and interesting account.
    P.s
    If you find multiple comments on original post is because I couldn’t load them and I kept sending them🤷🏻‍♀️

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  5. How awesome!💙 I made sure to follow that blog as well.😊 XOXOXOXO 🌹💜🌹💜

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