My dad, who so happend to pass a print-shop on one of his errands took 2 of the 6 films I need to get developed.
My brother it taking an age to get in contact, so it could be a while irritatingly, and so going to get some done in advance as a tester to see how much it would cost seemed a good idea. The plan was, and always will be, to get the negatives, and a CD. Possibly just the negatives, simply because it would be cheaper.
In theory, apparently.
Getting just a CD and negatives costs more than prints and negatives… since when did a CD cost more than printer ink?
Thank god my dad still has his developing kit for B&W film, I can at least get my 120 film developed without the hassle of explaining what it is.
Because its bloody miles back from Hampton court I thought I might enlighten you on it.
Although I may have seemed happy to go (with the use of an exclamation point) I am not to fond of Hampton court or most buildings pre-enlightenment. This really only applys to England, and its such a perverse thing but I can’t help it.
The palace was nice, although I found myself accidentally in the Georgen Apartments witch I was avoiding to force myself to enjoy the Tuder part.
The most impressive part was the hammer been roof of the court, but admittedly I missed the chapel so its probably not much in comparison.
(Odd that the parts I like are pre-enlightenment…)
Although trying out my 125mm camera, and taking plenty of photos inside and out I felt I was not up to the game, not my best shoot sadly. Anyway, we shall see.
I like posting things on this blog because its a little cove of all the things I found and liked. I think lately Ive been posting some things for the sake of posting… maybe the schedule I have made for my self will improve this neglect.
I wont be posting that schedule, but I will post my London schedule. Still deciding where I want to go, and if I should leave out the beloved British Museum, a place I always go if Im in London. Difficult decisions.