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My final post on Shrewsbury is on my film blog, Tudor buildings lend themselves nicely to B&W film I think.

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photo’s taken on an Olympus XA on Ilford HP5 + B&W film.

The Market Hall built in 1595-6.

Ancient & Modern

Churches

Chocolate Box

Prego Fatface?

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32 comments on “Shrewsbury November 2018

  1. Fiery says:

    Lovely. It’s like a fairy tale!

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    1. Thanks Fierypants 😘

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      1. Fiery says:

        Ha.
        Nice πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹

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  2. kmSalvatore says:

    Omg Frags, I love this place, I love these captures. ❀️I’m in love!!!!
    I’m hoping to see something like this when we go o Italy and Spain.😍 what a verykoool place

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    1. I’m sure there’s loads of medieval buildings in Italy and Spain, you need to google πŸ™‚

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      1. kmSalvatore says:

        Yep, I just don’t want to get ahead of myself , I have a long time b4 we go… almost 6 months

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  3. beetleypete says:

    I left my comment on FF. πŸ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete 😘

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  4. Pit says:

    With Shrewsbury I cannot help but thinking of the Brother Cadfael mysteries by Edith Pargeter.

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    1. I’ve had a few people say that, I saw the TV series but will have to read the books.

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  5. Pit says:

    I like both the books and the movies.

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  6. Thanks for the journey, Fraggle. Good call on the black and white shots.

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  7. April Munday says:

    I recognise most of these places. They do look rather splendid in black and white.

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  8. Heyjude says:

    I know these photos well. They do look good in B&W. OH’s uncle used to create black and white drawings of the historic buildings. His perspective wasn’t always right, but they were pretty impressive for an amateur.

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    1. My mum used to do the same in Norwich, I still have one of her paintings, lovely family keepsakes.

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      1. Heyjude says:

        Indeed. But I have no doubt that no-one else will want them (not in his family anyway)

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  9. enmanscamera says:

    gosh, yer playing with film. Well done fragg…I sure did like the B&W.

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    1. Cheers N~man, I still do a fair bit on film πŸ™‚

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  10. beetleypete says:

    I just tried to comment on your latest photo. I got an error message saying that ‘You do not have access privileges to the admin dashboard on this site’.
    Never seen that before. It let me into here OK, but it won’t let me view your post tonight.
    ? Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Argh. Me too! Won’t let me in on my PC but will on iPad πŸ™„ have emailed support.

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      1. beetleypete says:

        Sorry to hear that. It’s a strange one indeed. 😦

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        1. It’s cos I upgraded it – need space for photos and there’s 20% off this month so now it doesn’t work. πŸ™„

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          1. beetleypete says:

            Typical! πŸ™‚

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        2. Hi Pete, I think it’s all alright now, at least a couple of people have commented/liked there.

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          1. beetleypete says:

            Nope! It won’t let me in. I’m an outcast! πŸ™‚

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          2. Argh dammit, dunno what to suggest, maybe try going to it from the menu at top of this blog?

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  11. Omg, the photos are gorgeous! You are so talented, Fraggle.πŸ˜πŸ“·πŸ’

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  12. steviegill says:

    Nice. Yes, the buildings lend themselves very well to black and white.

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