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just some photos today, nice and simple.
have a great day.
summer looks good on whitstable. looks like you had a lovely day, brian.
wow, there was so much to explore there! love the photo with the curtains blowing out the windows.
yeap. perfect. in every way. happy day to you too.
These remind me of that small village in East Anglia called Cromer where I used to spend a lot of time in summer years ago.
If you have the opportunity, go.
And I’ll have some prawns and cray fish !!
brian, these are killing me. love love love
in my day.
Your photos are just what I needed to see today. Thank you for providing a much needed moment of quietude and calmness.
This series is my favorite of your beach photos. Those curtains blowing in the wind are perfect.
just lovely. and so simple. have a great day, too!
Totally adore this series; although I must say-it makes my heart ache!
But in a totally good “I wanna got to England” way :)
i am swooning over those colors, lines and shapes! gorgeous.
the curtains blowing out the window made me catch my breath!
these are just so simple, so clean. love them!
i think i will mr. ferry, i’ll do just that. i hope you’re having a nice day too.
lovely, lovely photos. Thoroughly enjoyed them. But then, I always enjoy your photos! Keep it up!
Hey Brian, I just had a quick question as a beginner photographer…How do you transfer what you shoot on film to your pc?
hi jim – when the photo lab develops my photos, they scan the negatives for me to a CD. then i can upload the images to my computer. hope that helps.
what a beauty day! Love how you capture all those mundane details. Beautiful symmetry as well.
brian ferry, what’s your secret to taking such amazing photos time and time again?
so beautiful. i especially love the first three. amazing shapes.
these are wonderful, brian. you’re making me miss summer.
and I love the tones you’re getting from this film, you and the LC-A make a fine pair.
one of my favorite series from you. totally diggin’ the top two photos here.
Beautiful and sooo inspiring! Thank you!
these photos are beautiful…especially the little houses against the sky
These shots are great! I just stumbled over here from Caroline Hancox’s blog and I’m glad I did. I love your perspective, especially on the fourth shot. It took me a minute to establish my footing (if that makes sense) and I liked that feeling. This is really nice work!
These are wonderful
I just discovered your blog — it’s wonderful!!
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