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
Location:
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!

Colourful York

One of the things I love about my Yashica Samurai is the zoom, the carousel photo was taken from over the road but you wouldn't be able to tell as I zoomed in!

I also felt super awkward taking the last photo in case the woman behind the flowers saw me (she didn't phew) but look at how lovely the colours of the pansies are! Worth it.

Camera: Yashica Samurai
Film: Agfa Vista 200
Location: York, England