'Norfolk's loveliest village'

Whilst we were in Norfolk in September, we had a little walk around Burnham Market - self described as 'Norfolk's loveliest village' and I will agree that is a very quaint place indeed.(Although the website and these photos don't really show how much of a nightmare parking is there ha)


I took the complete husband photo as a joke for Thomas (as we'd been married about 3 days at this point) so I'm a little sad it didn't fully work out but oh well.  

Camera: Zenit E
Film: West Yorkshire Cameras Black and White C41 film
Location: Burnham Market, Norfolk


I know, I'm always catching up on here - but good news - I got my first films of this year developed today and I just need to scan them! Exciting huh.

Whilst we all patiently wait for those to be revealed (me included) I'm happily sharing more photos from our mini-moon. I got to use the phrase 'mini-moon' a few times at the weekend chatting with people and it really is so fun to say haha.

I really love these photos - they take me right back to walking along side the water and enjoying our peaceful days after the craziness that was our wedding week in Norfolk. It was nice to just be the two of us and let the realisation we'd actually done it and got married settle ha.

I particularly love the light streaming through the trees, it really is a beautiful part of the country.

Location: Hardcastle Craggs
Film: Kodak BW400CN
Camera: Canon EOS 750

Our Mini Moon - Hardcastle Crags Part I

When I was taking these photos I believed this to be my last roll of Kodak BW400CN and I was so sad because I really do love this film but I was also so happy because it was our mini moon and what better place to take photos with one of my favourite films. 

We also happened to be walking around Hardcastle Crags and I had another one of those moments where I couldn't quite believe that we were in Yorkshire or that somewhere so beautiful could be so close to where we live (similar to Brimham Rocks which also took my breath away). And getting these photos back, I'm so pleased I used the film when I did, I love them!

Of course loving them so much only led to me mourning the loss of Kodak BW400CN further and I ended up buying ten more rolls - oops and hurrah!!  So I'm delighted to say these won't be my last photos from this film, though I think they will always be up there with my favourites.

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Kodak BW400CN
Location: Hardcastle Crags