Lacock Abbey


The entrance to Lacock Abbey, birthplace of the positive-negative process.

The original print from which this scan was made dates from the 1980s and was made on Kodalith Transtar TP paper, one of the nicest lith papers ever produced, developed in very dilute Kodalith Super developer.

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