This shot of Salisbury Cathedral was taken in the restaurant looking up through the glass ceiling towards the tower. I had seen similar shots in the newspaper more than once before, so I tried it using my latest box camera bargain. The film was Fuji Superia 100 and the camera was a Houghton Butcher 'J-B' Ensign.
Salisbury Show provided some distraction from living on the campsite for three months and there were many other photographic opportunities on Hudsons Field during this time. This shot was taken at the archery range where I had a go myself. The camera was a Canon EOS 600 and the film was Fuji Superia 200.
These young lads were having a great time with the binoculars and were unaware that I was taking a picture of them. The camera was a Canon EOS 600 and the film was Fuji Neopan 400CN.