Here are a few shots from a roll of Kentmere 400 that I shot in Budapest, Brighton and Newcastle upon Tyne.
I’ve started a bit of a trend to take the odd picture right at the start of the roll of film before it gets to the “1” mark. My thoughts are you have to shoot something anyway with a film camera so might as well try something a bit different to see what you get.
The few images were right at the end of of long weekend we had to Budapest.
We had another short break a few weeks later in Brighton on the south coat of England. The weekend was very cold but luckily dry, which is a bonus this time of the year in England.
I had an overnight business trip in Bristol so took a long way around to the train station.
And finally a trip up to Newcastle upon Tyne where the company I work for is based. We had our Christmas party on the Friday and I had a flight back of Saturday lunchtime.
As usual for Newcastle it was very cold so rather than sit in my hotel room feeling sorry for myself with a hangover I decided to go for a bracing walk. I’m glad I did aa I got a few shots and felt a lot better.