Textures of Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield House

Considering this National Trust house near Bristol was largely paid for from proceeds of Peruvian Guano, perhaps not the best title I could have given this post. I should be more creative! That aside, I used a roll of Kodak Colour Plus, while wandering around the outside and the gardens. When the time came proceed inside, I changed to Ilford Delta 400. That’s actually a little disingenuous! When the Colour plus ran out I loaded up the Delta 400, and that’s why it became time to go inside!

I’m not really fond of guided tours of the inside of houses, so I waited until the guided tour was long gone, and then made my way in, stopping at things that caught my eye, and past other things that didn’t. As I was sorting out the scans, I saw a theme develop (pun intended) – textures…

Carved Wood
Wood and Metal
Glass Lighting
More wood!
Stone

The camera was my Nikon F3 with the 50mm f1.8 attached. Back home, the Delta 400 was developed in Ilfosol 1+9 for 7 mins at 20°.

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