Having walked a decent proportion of the old roman walls of Chester, I headed off into the town. I had my Nikon F3 loaded with a roll of Delta 100. For most of the day I used my 35mm f2. These days I find it the ideal lens for my typical photo making. I had a 50 and a 24 with me, but wandering the streets didn’t find a need to change.
The centre of Chester has a medieval two tier, raised, covered shopping arrangement known as the “Rows”. I’ve not come across anything quite like it before. I had to have a peek in the window of London Camera Exchange (LCE) of course! (Below)
Above is the last shot of the roll – so I popped in an XP2 and headed off the the cathedral.