Rosemarkie, on the Black Isle.
Cherubs - one up on plastic gnomes... perhaps. Really posh ones would have to be made of stone, not painted concrete.
Realised after taking this that I'd duffed up the focusing, as I'd lined up the wrong verticals of the gate in the rangefinder screen. Depth of field was sufficient for it not to be too far off. Lesson learnt, hopefully.
Zeiss Ikon 35mm : f/4 : 1/30" : 35mm : ISO400
Lens: Zeiss Biogon T* 2/35 ZM
Film: Ilford XP2-Super 400 (B&W negative)
[Frame : 19]