Long lost youth - A find in a box

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Unearthed a box of old slides and re-lived my youth!
    These taken whilst still a student on a holiday in Lakes and W Coast Scotland in 1963.
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    Ullapool - sat and watched this develop - choosy then as cost of exposures mattered. Have printed this as Letterbox crop.
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    Stack Polly
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    Wastwater - wonder if the trees have grown in 45 years?
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    Ashness bridge and a misty Derwent
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    Tarn Howes - I think with Wastdale my favourite spot.
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    Judges Crag - more degrading of slide on this one.
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    Fleet at gairloch - wonder how many left now days.

    Sorry to bore you - but gave me pleasure but worry that my photography has not improved over about 50 years!
     
  2. Antarctican

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    Gorgeous scenery, Fangman. And it must have been fun to 'relive' these trips, and the memories that go with them, as you scanned them. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Awesome. And very fine compostion. I like them all. Thanks for sharing.
     
  4. lostprophet

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    very nice, there is nothing better than looking at photos from the past
     

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