St Patrick's Chapel, Heysham

Hello! Sorry for the blog silence, I've been sick. 
I'm feeling much better now though and I finally developed my elusive film from February over the weekend too
so I finally have some colour photos to share, hurray!
(I'm not thrilled with the scans though, I'm going to take the negs to my usual place, 
so these may be replaced when I do that...)
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I'm so glad these photos turned out well, they are of St Patrick's Chapel, Heysham - a ruined building which stands on the coastline of Heysham, next to the newer St Peter's Church. It is a Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument believed to be dated from the 8th or 9th Century.

Just beneath the chapel was a peaceful little cove where we sat for a while taking it all in, I loved the colours of the shells and the sound of the waves.

Location: Heysham, Lancashire
Film: Kodak Elitechrome, ISO 100
Camera: Yashica Samurai