My dad has been a photographer from the first moment he picked up a camera. He is an unrepentant analogue (chemical) process photographer, who will not use a digital camera at all. Over the years he has used Leicas, Hasselblad's (prior to which a Kowa 6, before retirement freed the money for it''s Swedish cousin) and his first and permanent love The Exakta.
He processes and prints all his monochrome in a home darkroom, my bedroom in fact. Colour he no longer does at home, instead using a local printer who has the level of results he is happy with.
The above three pictures are a surprise present. I happened to mention, whilst admiring them on the wall of his dining room, that they were my favourites of all his prints. Lo and behold they arrived printed, framed and ready to go on our own walls. Although he is only just coming to realise it, he is actually very, very good.