Brackla Fun Day

I had the pleasure of spending Saturday afternoon at a ‘fun day’ held at Brackla Primary School, Bridgend, hosted by Brackla Community Council.

And of course, I had cameras at the ready. These were taken with a Contax G1 and Yashica T3 on Ilford XP2 and Ilford FP4+.

Giant pirate Yashica T3, XP2

Giant pirate
Yashica T3, XP2

Big bubbles... G1, 90mm, XP2

Big bubbles…
Contax G1, 90mm, XP2

People had the chance to get up close and personal to snakes if they dare G1, 90mm, XP2

People had the chance to get up close and personal to snakes if they dare
Contax G1, 90mm, XP2

Some more close up than others... Yashica T3, XP2

Some more close up than others…
Yashica T3, XP2

One of the owls on the falconry display G1, 90mm, XP2

One of the owls on the falconry display
Contax G1, 90mm, XP2

Row of owls G1, 90mm, XP2

Row of owls
Contax G1, 90mm, XP2

Not sure what type of owl this is but it was big! G1, 90mm, XP2

Not sure what type of owl this is but it was big!
Contax G1, 90mm, XP2

Cllr Cherie Jones, Deputy Mayor of Bridgend County Borough Council and friend G1, 90mm, XP2

Cllr Cherie Jones, Deputy Mayor of Bridgend County Borough Council and friend
Contax G1, 90mm, XP2

Cllr Hailey Townsend and owl G1, 90mm, FP4+

Cllr Hailey Townsend and owl
Contax G1, 90mm, FP4+

Me and my owl G1, 90mm, FP4+

Me and my owl
Contax G1, 90mm, FP4+

Falcon spreading its wings G1, 90mm, FP4+

Falcon spreading its wings
Contax G1, 90mm, FP4+

Almost taking flight G1, 90mm, FP4+

Almost taking flight
Contax G1, 90mm, FP4+

I haven’t used FP4 in 35mm before, only in 120. I really like the film, but XP2 still takes some beating.

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About cariadus

Photography addict. Film shooter.

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