Here are a few shots from my home town of Ross on Wye, in the English midlands.
Reading the news ... this chap was so engrossed in his newspaper that he was unaware of me fiddling about with my Nikon F3 not twenty feet away. An F3 is hardly what you'd call a stealth camera and I was surprised not to be spotted taking this!
Another one from my F3, taken with a Sigma 15-30mm lens. Next on my shopping list is a better quality scanner! The British and Foreign School was established in the 1830s to give an education to local children: it's now the headquarters of the local freemasons.
Finally, a medium format image, taken with my Agfa Isolette III. This old railway arch is due to be demolished sooner or later, so I thought I should photograph it before it goes.