Tag: Pentax MZ-50
This archives page includes blog posts with images of people, places or things taken with the Pentax MZ-50 35mm SLR camera by Paul Pope.
Croxden Abbey is a ruined Cistercian monastery near the village of Croxden in Staffordshire, England. The religious building was founded in 1176 by Bertram de Verdun, a local landowner, and consecrated in 1188. Here is a selection of photos of the abbey, now in the care of English Heritage, taken with 35mm colour film (i.e., Polaroid […]Read More
The Roaches is a prominent rocky ridge in the Peak District National Park in Staffordshire, England. The elevation runs for approximately three miles and reaches a height of 505 meters above sea level at its highest point. Check out the photos I took of the rock formation and surrounding area, such as Thor’s Cave, in 2000 using 35mm film. […]Read More
The Millennium Dome was the original name of the dome-shaped building on the Greenwich Peninsula in London, England. Contractors built it as an entertainment venue and exhibition space to celebrate the turn of the millennium in 2000. This post is about remembering the Millennium Dome and the different exhibition zones. I took the pictures below […]Read More