One of several old negatives scanned recently from the late 70s or early 80s and presented, so as to give an indication of my era and great age!
I remember that there were some trees growing in some of these vehicles, so perhaps the pictures aren’t quite as old as I suggest. Car graveyards like this are very sad places. Sad pictures from a sad old git.
This photo must have been taken in the late 80s and is a scan from a film negative.
I was working in Staffordshire, England, at the time and have only the vaguest memory of the location of this scrapyard.
One from the files that I think was taken on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, England. It is in a desktop folder where there is a collection of related tree and forest photos, though this one is on the reserve list as far as exhibition work is concerned.
I came across these red poppies while driving from Rangemore to Stafford in Staffordshire in August.
As I was photographing the flowers a vintage car from the 1930s sailed past.
Tut! My first photo of it was blurred. Ah well, at least I got one that wasn’t!
Leek is in the County of Staffordshire and I came across these two chaps having a chat in the market hall while visiting friends in the locality.