Photos: more taken on various ‘jollies,’ by me.

One of my favourite places: The Savill Garden, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
From the Garden.
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
From the Garden:
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
In the Garden: Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
Brooklands Museum, Weybrige, Surrey.
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
The Garden:
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
Hanging out in the Garden:
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
Bench in Sir Winston Churchill’s Garden at Chartwell, near Westerham, Kent.
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
Rear view of Chartwell, home of Sir Winston Churchill
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020
Chartwell, home of Sir Winston Churchill
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2016
Brooklands Motor Museum, Weybridge, Surrey
Photos (c) Jane Risdon 2020
The Savill Garden, Windsor Great Park
Photo (c) Jane Risdon 2020

I took these photos over a period of time on different occasions. I came across them when looking for a particular photo. I have many albums of photos (compiled in the days of film and developing) going back to my early teens, and sadly I have found that many have faded, especially Polaroid photos, which is sad. Fading memories.

I decided I had to scan them on to my computer or they would be lost forever and most have been scanned successfully, but several are beyond saving I fear.

Anyway, I have many albums and collections of photos, including digital photos and it was as I was going through the thousands I have on my computer and hard-drives that I came across these shown here.

I hope you like them, I thought I’d post them in the hope they’d help cheer you up whilst we are all in lock-down around the globe. Also, because I wanted to see them here.

I’m off to find some more… keep well and safe all.

All photos (c) Jane Risdon 2020 All Rights Reserved.

19 Comments »

  1. It’s always a shame when photos degrade, but unfortunately, it would seem that almost no technology is immune from some sort of degradation, even digital media, so it’s important to back up, copy, & transfer to new media when available. One does need to be systematic, though! Cheers, Jon.

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    • Yep but sadly these seemed to ahve deteroriated before there was digital or even the internet. I have been doing backing up fors some time. Thousands of photos to scan and deal with. But even DATS, 2″ tape and CD’s have not got a long shelf life.

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