A nice thing to do. Print your best photos as post cards, when you read a book use them as a book mark then leave them there for some one to find in the future.
This was taken with Kodak 400asa Tri-X, unfortunately the car was a light colour and so was the wall so there was not as much contrast between the two as I would have liked.
Brent Knoll (449 feet) has seen human settlement since at least the Bronze Age. Brent Knoll Camp was an Iron Age hill fort, with multiple ramparts following the contours of the hill, broken only by the main entrance on the eastern side.
Before the Somerset Levels were drained, Brent Knoll was an island, known as the Mount of Frogs, that provided a safe haven from the water and marshes. According to legend, Ider son of Nuth, who was one of King Arthur’s knights, came to the Mount of Frogs on a quest to slay three giants who lived there.
Fan Ho was born in Shanghai in 1937 then moved to Hong Kong with his family. First using a Rollieflex twin lens then a Leica now presumably a digital camera of some sort.
According to Wikipedia,
“Fan Ho developed his images in the family bathtub and soon had built up a significant body of work, chronicling Hong Kong in the 50s and 60s as it was becoming a major metropolitan centre”.