I’d only been to the Purton Hulks once before, on a bitterly cold December day in 2017, so visiting on a warm September day was a bit of a change.
Basically, the spit of land between the River Severn and the Sharpness/Gloucester Canal was shored up in the 1950s with a number of boats and barges, which have decayed over the decades – see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purton_Hulks
It’s a fascinating location, definitely worth a visit.
These are a mix of digital and film, with the film being taken on the Hasselblad. I tried a new film – Lomography Metropolis, which had been recommended to me as something with de-saturated colours. It’s lovely stuff, but not cheap.
I realised when I looked for a link to the 2017 shots that I’d never blogged them – so here’s a selection.