Taken on photographic paper exposed in a shortbread tin pinhole camera. Negative developed in coffee and washing soda solution. Inverted and cropped in PS, no other adjustments!
Read about it here
Read about this building here the following info is from that site -
1886: Pyrenees House is built as a general hospital and operates in this role until 1937 when it was converted to a nurses home. In 1953 it became the geriatric ward (renamed John Pickford Geriatric Centre) until 1986. From 1988 this historic build has been used as adminstration offices and conference centre and is still a prominant part of the health service today.
I parked my van on the opposite side of the road and balanced my tin camera on its roof. I remember it was a little windy and the clouds were moving very fast getting in front of the sun. In fact I think the sun disappeared as the shutter was open.