Ricoh 500g rangefinder with Kentmere 400, test roll.

A few weeks ago I sent some 35mm to get processed, and due to the lab failing to contact me and ignoring my emails, I’ve been chasing them up for a while to get my negatives back.

Yesterday it finally happened, and here’s a couple featuring JAZZebell_ and Kae.

photo of model jazzebell_ with ricoh 500g rangefinder shooting kentmere 400 35mm by lee jonesphoto of kae with ricoh 500g rangefinder shooting kentmere 400 35mm by lee jones

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I had some film to use up and what better way than to get a bit daft in the cemetery.

We deemed it appropriate to shoot at the exact spot me and Iain got beaten up a few years back due to being insanely drunk and confused on a 2.5 litres homemade cocktail of Sangria and Tennents Super.

Scarborough Castle


Here’s part of my towns Castle. It got shafted a bit in the war, but it’s still standing. I’ve only ever been in the actual grounds once by blagging myself in for free as part of a film crew many years ago.

Besides, I prefer the views from around it where the castle is included too. I don’t see the point looking out from it… there’s plenty of other bits of the cliff to stand on, and you don’t get charged for that.