Camera 97 has returned home full of images from the UK. It’s journey started in Lyme Regis, after a handful of photos being taken around the bay, and then left on the Cob Wall by Graham K:
This is the sea wall made famous in the film The French Lieutenant’s Woman.
The camera was quickly found by Susan P, who took a number of images:
I found the camera on the Cobb, I was on holiday at the time in Dorset. The dog is Molly in the cottage where we stayed. The children are 2 of my grandchildren at home in West Yorks. The young lady is a colleague in front of our Centenary Tapestry in Horbury, well worth a viewing!! Finally the Catherdral is Wakefield Cathedral.
Moving North with Susan P, the camera found its way to RSPB Bempton Cliffs in Bridlington, North Humberside, where it was found by Robert D, and then Daphne P. who eventually returned the film home for development.
Both Graham and Susan have commented on the camera to tell us more about the images. You can have a look at the pictures and comments at the Camera 97 page. Please add a comment if you know anything about this camera’s journey.