I have shot at this antique yard a few other times during the course of my 52 Rolls project. I revisit every few months and find new objects to capture. This was an overcast day and I loaded Ilford PanF 50+ into my Rolleiflex 2.8F. This is a wonderful combination. The Rolleiflex is a powerhouse belying its small size. I love the camera, it is my favorite and go-to. I am still learning with it as with all of photography. With the low light and slow film playing with depth of field was hard but I did my best. I developed the film in Adox Rodinal for 5m 30 seconds at 20C, pretty much following the Massive Development Chart guidelines. One wonders where these incredible objects were owned and celebrated. The yard is in Newport, Rhode Island and undoubtedly many resided on the grounds of glorious mansions where renovation rendered the objects obsolete and unwanted. There are always curious people wandering the yard but I have not encountered another photographer there. I hope you enjoy the images as much as I enjoyed taking them. I attribute the ability to get 12 decent exposures with minimal or no editing to undertaking this project and thank all who follow and comment. This support encourages my soldiering on and continuing progression as a photographer. It was a hard day, having lunch with my uncle who is gravely ill. Each time I depart the unknown of whether I have taken my last leave of him is unsettling. In hard times I always turn to photography to smooth out life’s rough edge.