A few months ago I blogged about Swaledale here and here. I returned a few weeks later, in September 2019, and shot about 1.5 rolls of 35mm Acros (the old version). Some of those images have popped up on Flickr and Twitter, but I’ve only just finished the second roll of Acros so I’m returning to that day to show some of the images. I also took some Portra shots but that roll seems to have disappeared – maybe it will be found in 2020 and get developed.
I parked at Keld and followed a popular walk by the River Swale to Muker, then Thwaite and back to Keld via Angram. I carried an OlympusOM2n with Fuji Acros, and an Olympus OM10 with the now-missing Portra. Lenses were shared between the two bodies – a 50mm Olympus, and 28mm and 135mm Tamron Adaptall lenses.
As you will see from some of the images, it did rain for most of the day, but it was still possible to get (I think) some decent images.
The film was developed in Kodak HC110 developer and toned in Lightroom.