Wales – Part 4

21/02/2012 § Leave a comment

Here is my next update from my holiday to Wales last September.

This post includes photos that I took on my Lomography fisheye camera. Using the fisheye camera was such a different experience to what I am used to, as even when looking through the viewfinder I would not get the fisheye experience. So I had to wait till my film was developed, it was also great to get back into using film again. The film I used was Fujifilm 400x Provia colour slide film.

They were taken in a variety of locations including Caernarfon Castle, Red Wharf Bay in Anglesey, Swallow Falls in Betws-y-Coed and Bull Bay in Almwich, Anglesey. Click the images to enlarge them.

I hope you enjoy them, feel free to leave some comments, there is still a few more posts to come from my photos from Wales soon.

Thanks

Steven

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