Caernarfon Castle Passage

Submitted to My Favorite Mistake
by Pat0
Uploaded 20 Nov 2012 — 3 favorites
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Wales, July 1986

This narrow passage ran full circle around the top of the castle walls. Slits along the wall on the left were built to shoot arrows at invaders.

Scanned from a slide.
Taken with my Olympus OM1 SLR, 24mm OM Zuiko lens, kodachrome 64 slide film.

Can't say what these white spots are. They look like quarks or stars but I suspect they are tiny dust moats that I couldn't get off the film when cleaning it to be scanned. Only changes to the original were tweaking the exposure and warming the color.

3 responses

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett   gave props (21 Nov 2012):

    Makes a great image despite all the "flaws."

  • Leslie Hunziker

    Leslie Hunziker   gave props (21 Nov 2012):

    excellent mistake!

  • Pat0

    Pat0 said (26 Nov 2012):

    Thank you both!! Nothing like the gift of a happy accident.

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