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Richard Gould


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Again a Jersey Tradition, about a week after the cider making small farmers would get together to make Black butter, a sort of apple jam, made from apples, cider, liquichse,sugger and every farmer#s wife would have their own recipe and spices, the Womem would peel and cut up the apples, the men would stir the Bachin, a brass cooking bowl that every farm would have handing on the wall, the mixture is cooked over an open fire in the wash room, and needs to be stired for 36 hours using a special Jersey paddle, there would be storys,songs music, and lots of cirder, alas long gone biut the National trust for Jersey keeps the tradition once a year, I have in the past stired, and this was taken though the window of the wash house with a 35mm lens
Date: Sun, 24, November, 2019 Views: 351
Filesize: 49.8kb, 118.1kb Dimensions: 876 x 637
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Keywords: black butter
Film make, size & rating:: fomapan 120 @400
Film developer & temp:: Ro9/one shot @20
Lens Focal Length, aperture: Voightlander 35mm
Tripod used Y or N:: n
Paper:: Adox MCC
Paper developer & temp:: Fotospeed WT10 1/19 @20

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Anon01
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Mon, 25, November, 2019 8:21am

VERY nice when was it taken looks old
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Richard Gould
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Mon, 25, November, 2019 10:27am

Thanks it was take on 19th October this year, but was printed and toned to try and get the feeling of an older photo
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PanFrank

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Fri, 29, November, 2019 6:00pm

It has this feeling and shows excellently framed what is happening. Gives me the impression that I was there as well.
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Richard Gould
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Wed, 4, December, 2019 2:49pm

Thanks Frank, it is good to keep old traditions alive, and to record them on film for future generations
Richard

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alexmuir
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Wed, 4, December, 2019 6:30pm

I like this one too, Richard. The product sounds very interesting!
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Richard Gould
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Mon, 9, December, 2019 7:05pm

Thanks Alex, personally I can't stand it it is very sweet and I don't have that much of a sweet tooth, but on the Saturday the National Trust have a market for local crafts people and when it is bottled, at around midday, it is all sold ny 2pm
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