Grand Union Canal, Uxbridge
Taken with my Sigma 10-20mm F/4-5.6 EX DC lens which has the extraordinary quality that it gives you a focal distance of 10mm, but still has a rectilinear projection instead of a fisheye projection. The lens is, of course, only meant to be used on a DSLR with a crop-factor of at least 1.5, and using it on a full-frame 35mm camera results in this special vignetting. This was done on purpose and I think it adds to the distance between the subject and the viewer and adds to the vintage feel of these shots, IMO.
Film: ADOX CHS 50 ART; developed in Rodinal 1:100 dilution for 18 minutes; agitated for the 1st three minutes every 30 seconds two inversions, followed by two inversions every three minutes. Filter: Y(K2)