Contrary to how it is pronounced, Seil Island is not a sanctuary for Seals, although they are spotted there from time to time, it is probably most famous for the "Bridge over the Atlantic" that you must cross to get there. I spent a whole week there on holiday and managed to get a couple of evenings photography with the Chamonix in during my stay. The coastline is very rocky with cliffs and angled slate beds that protrude out into the ocean. I am finally becoming quite adept at setting up the camera now and the photograph below was set up and composed in under 10 minutes. I decided to use my Schneider Kreuznach Super Angulon 90mm f/5.6 lens to make the most of the lead in line. I exposed a total of 2 sheets of Velvia 50 as the light changed and I am quite happy with the end result, I particularly light the steely blue tones that came out. The image below that I shot the following evening on Kodak Ektar, again with the 90mm f/5.6, the light was really wonderful and on receiving the neg back it scanned really well.
I have quite a few sheets of Velvia 50 and Kodak Ektar 100 to scan over the next week or two and will post up a few as and when.