I don't make the effort to get out with my Hasselblad as often as I would like, but when I do I'm very rarely disappointed with the results. If you've ever used one you'll know it's not a camera to be rushed, but that guides the type of shot you take. So inevitably they're more contemplative than they might be with a smaller, lighter, camera. Just to emphasise the scale of the backlog in my film developing, scanning and posting, this shot which I scanned last week is not from this summer, it's not even from this year, it's sometime during the balmy days of last summer.
This is the former home of Rudyard Kipling, now a National Trust property, Bateman's.