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photoblog image From My 1970's Darkroom (1 of a few)

From My 1970's Darkroom (1 of a few)

PARISH CHURCH - CASTLE ACRE

The church of St James the Great stands in the middle of the village of Castle Acre, Norfolk, amidst the ruins of the Norman castle and those of Castle Acre Priory.

 

More to follow in this series in a weeks time.

 

From My 1970's Darkroom (1 of a few)

PARISH CHURCH - CASTLE ACRE

The church of St James the Great stands in the middle of the village of Castle Acre, Norfolk, amidst the ruins of the Norman castle and those of Castle Acre Priory.

 

More to follow in this series in a weeks time.

 

comments (9)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 24 May 2015, 00:50
This is close to the scene that comes into my head whenever someone says, "English Castles'.
Brian Walbey: This was a castle with its own church Ray, but notice the building materials, being Norfolk it is mainly Flint.
i like this scene very much. i wonder if that spot has changed much since then 1970s?
Brian Walbey: I doubt this place has change much Ayush.
I love this slightly grainy, old film shot!
Brian Walbey: It wasn't the best of negatives to start off with i seem to recall Elizabeth, still it's got that grainy film feel to it.
cool old photo
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chantal, genuine old B.& W.feel to it.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 24 May 2015, 07:03
Well framed but a bit grainy Brian
Brian Walbey: It was taken on either Ilford FP4 (125ASA) or Kodak Tri-X (400 ASA) so the grain is the genuine item Chris.
I imagine this scene hasn't changed all that much Brian
Brian Walbey: I doubt there is much change Bill.
Very nicely framed Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard.
I like that castle shjape in churches.
Brian Walbey: Very traditionally shaped tower, very similar to the one I went to as a boy in fact.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 24 May 2015, 21:30
There's a timeless image that has probably not changed for decades. I like framing with the old wall.
Brian Walbey: Yes I bet it isn't much different now, and this was taken back in the 70's.

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