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    South Great Wall & Poolbeg Lighthouse

    Some images I took recently when I revisited the South Great Wall at Dublin Port.

    I used my diy 5x4 pinhole camera; f150 with 45mm focal length and 0.3mm diameter pinhole.

    Film was Fomapan 100 rated at 50 iso and developed in Rodinal 1:100 for 30 minutes, semi-stand.

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    Here are a couple more from beside the lighthouse.
    (I had a couple of leaky darkslides...drat and double drat!)

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    and finally,

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    a few of these shots have some interesting marks, do you know what happened?
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    LOVE the first one, George. There are some very strong images among the rest as well, especially the first one in the second post.

    Looks like a great place to explore further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Isis View Post
    a few of these shots have some interesting marks, do you know what happened?
    Yes, Shane. I have a few leaky filmholders to send to landfill.

    Quote Originally Posted by DRC View Post
    LOVE the first one, George. There are some very strong images among the rest as well, especially the first one in the second post.

    Looks like a great place to explore further.
    David, thanks for your comments, I appreciate them so much. It is a magic place to visit, especially on a clear and sunny morning. You are surronded by water on both sides and by the time you get out to the lighthouse it's very easy to feel vulnerable to the elements.
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    " have a few leaky filmholders to send to landfill.
    you can't re-vamp them ????

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    Fantastic series.. well done .10/10 for a couple of them

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    I like the first one a lot! And the sky in the second one. That looks like a really neat place to visit.
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    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    Maybe there is a way of re-doing them but I tried it once and it just led to impossibly tight dark slide insertion and withdrawal. Better to buy some new (er) ones I'd say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned.Lewis View Post
    I like the first one a lot! And the sky in the second one. That looks like a really neat place to visit.
    Thanks Ned. I'm glad you liked them.
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