The strange thing about scanning old negatives isn't so much the fact that you can't remember taking a particular photograph, it's that you can't remember ever having set foot in the location in the first place. This particular photograph conveniently has its own embedded location tag, but I had to look up Oakfield Close on Google Maps. I found it - it's in Elland West Yorkshire - and Street View confirms it is the same close, but I have no recollection of ever having been there are why I took this particular photograph. Perhaps it was because, even back in the 1970s, the rusty old car looked incongruous next to the gleaming new bungalows. Maybe, as I scan the rest of the negatives on the film-strip, a story might emerge.