I was always brought up to "respect your elders.". . For this reason: This shot has been left intact (depite the gentleman in the picture being a grumpy old git!).This photo was shot on film. Taken by jsmcbride with a Holga 135 BC loaded with Ilford XP2 120 film (available in our Online Shop) in Highworth, Swindon, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: sprocket, sprockets, hole, holes, mug, stein, pub, inn, public, house, publichouse, freehouse, free, bottles, bottle, pump, pumps, beer, beers, black, and, white, b&w, holga, 135bc, 135, bc, ilford, warp, bend, stretch, shirt, bar, counter, bars, counters, mat, towel, coaster, coasters, melt, melted, burn, burnt, burned, damage, damaged, rose, &, crown, roseandcrown, rose&crown, head, suit, tie, ale, real, realale, old, man, beard, grumpy, plaque, and plaques. Date: 2009-01. Time: Dusk. This photo can also be found in the album Negative Destruction.
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