The day after wandering around Saltoun Woods, Craig and I went for a little jaunt around The Pentlands. We would eventually climb Scald Law, which is the highest hill in The Pentlands, but we walked around a bit beforehand and found a really great vantage point of Glencourse Reservoir where I managed to get some nice shots.
All pictures made with my Mamiya 7ii and 65mm lens. Film stocks used were Portra 400 and Delta 400.
This one was taken just a little bit along from the previous shot but I wanted to include it because of the sheep and the lovely streak of sunlight.
I was really happy with how these black and white shots turned out. Delta 400 seems like a nice film and did a lovely job of showing the sections of light and shade painting the hills of The Pentlands.
The next couple of shots are taken with my Olympus Trip 35 since I needed to finish the roll from the previous day. Such a great little camera.