This picture comes from a bulk set of 120 medium format negatives I acquired. I have absolutely no idea of the date or location of any of the pictures so I’m just going to publish them with as full a description as I can give.

This seems to depict a pair of chaps paddling down a river in a canoe with the name ‘Henley’. I’m pretty sure this is not the town of Henley on Thames, although since I don’t know the date it’s impossible to say that with certainty. One thing I am stuck by is the quality of the pictures obtained by scanning these medium format negatives.

Any comments or information on location or date gratefully received.

Photo categories : Boat|RiverDate Picture Taken: Unknown
Two chaps in a canoe

This photo features in a series. Click any picture below to see it.
  • A bustling town - but where?
  • A group in a field
  • The Boss
  • Portrait and City
  • Two chaps in a canoe
  • Fishermen
  • The Onion Seller
  • Two boys looking after sheep
  • A family portrait
  • South American building - possibly 1930
  • A church in snow
  • Church or Temple
  • A crowd by an arched building
  • Market scene - Mexico 1930
  • The Onion seller - another view
  • A portrait sitting on steps

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