Latitude festival in rural Suffolk, corporate, twee and all very middle(class)-England !
All images taken with a Sony NEX 6 with a P/K adapter and Vivitar 17 f/3.5, Vivitar 28 f/2, and Pentax SMC 50 f/1.7 lenses.
Technically, it's past midsummer, and the nights are getting longer now, but after the hottest day of the year so far, it feels like we're in the middle of a real summer at last :-)
Seems that Daniel Johnston has moved back to Devil Town. Or at least, it was a bit of a surprise hearing his song's placement in the latest Apple advert. I didn't think he'd be interested in that kind of exposure, or its connotations.
Port Mulgrave is a fascinating place for its industrial heritage and wealth of fossils. The collection of makeshift beach huts supposedly all belong to local fishermen who use the bay to harvest the sea for crabs and lobsters.
This Minolta Rokkor 55 f/1.7 is my favourite prime lens. It's even older than me, made back in the day when autofocus was still a generation away. But now, thanks to the Techart Pro adapter, it can automatically focus precisely to the reflection of my eye in a dusty mirror.