Coventry Cathedral, build in the 1960s, stands next to the ruins of the 14th Century St Michael's Cathedral. The old cathedral was heavily damaged by German bombing in 1940 and now only the shell remains.
The photographs below compare B&W pinhole photos with colour photos taken from the same position.
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Sunday is supposed to be the day of rest. My arse! I have the day at home on my own because Emma is in work but thanks to the lack of buses I still have to get up early to give her a lift to work.
At least I get chance to go out and do some photography before the town gets busy. I have several weeks of pinhole photographs which I need to add to the website. Hopefully I'll manage to do that later today, after doing all the washing up, ironing my work shirts, mowing the lawn and trimming the bushes in the front yard.