Eden Camp: Little Details Part 2

More Eden Camp details and I LOVE these as much as the last set I shared. They make my heart do a little skip - especially the blues in two of these photos. Aren’t they lovely colours! Oh my gosh and that sheet music. Happy sigh - just wonderful.

Is it weird to gush about your own photos?? I mean I’m still going to do it ha so I hope it isn’t weird. Just look at everything that’s going on in that last photo - the reflection of light, the old fonts on the tins, all the different shapes and lines going on behind the regimented window frame, the depth of focus… swoon. I love it. I hope you do too :)

Camera: Minolta X-500
Film: Lomography CN 400
Location: Eden Camp, Yorkshire

Eden Camp: Little Details Part 1

You know I’m a sucker for the little details, those photos where you’ve seen something that someone else might have missed or worse, they’ve just totally ignored. Well Eden Camp was a amazing location for details and I’m so thrilled with these photos.

Eden Camp is a museum that used to be a World War Two prisoner of war camp - and I can honestly say that I’ve never been anywhere quite like it. As well as being so informative and having so many interesting things (and details) to see - the museum was a total sensory experience with smells and sounds, creating an immersive experience that I enjoyed far more than I expected. In fact I can’t wait to go back again as I still feel like there was more to take in.

I think that perhaps I’ve spent too much time around Building Services engineers though as I am sharing a photo of a tap here - but still, its a nice tap haha. I have more detail photos to share too - how exciting!

Camera: Minolta X-500 (fast becoming a go to fave of mine!)
Film: Lomography CN 400
Eden Camp, Yorkshire

p.s. This isn’t a sponsored post - I just really enjoyed my visit there - I highly recommend it if you’re in the area!