Moy Castle – Yashicamat/HP5

Here’s the last of my series of posts presenting images from the Isle of Mull taken on a Yashicamat 124G with Ilford HP5+ shot at box speed and developed in HC110.

These are from Lochbuie, a delightfully out-of-the-way place in the south of Mull.

Here’s Moy Castle, dating from the 15th Century. It featured in a movie by the writer-directors Powell and Pressubrger called “I know where I’m going”, which I watched on DVD in the holiday apartment just before setting out.

A winch for getting boats up the beach
A cave used by fishermen

In following posts I’ll talk about how I felt the process of using just one camera – and that particular camera – went

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