Various cameras, film and digital. Playing with black and white.
I purchased a DIY Plastic Konstruktor Kit from Lomography. It was a little challenging to put together, but great fun to play with in Glenelg, the city and a couple of playgrounds! tried for some abstract ideas, photographed a reflection of myself taking a photo and had a go at a couple of double exposures… Continue reading Week 48 #project52 Konstruktor in Adelaide
The Sprocket Rocket had an outing at one of the view points on the way up to the Big Buddha in Phuket. And of course at the top of the hill where there is an amazing temple under construction – the Big Buddha. On another occasion, the bridge between mainland Thailand and Phuket. And… Continue reading Week 47 #project52 Thailand
Another fun excursion with the Sprocket Rocket – in Mandalay, Myanmar. Eye candy and camera bliss!
I took my Sprocket Rocket around the amazing Myanmar last October. Finally scanned the images!!! These are treasures – Shwe Inn Tain was an awesome temple complex near Lake Inle. Sprocket bliss!
The Lomography fisheye camera proved an effective tool for taking a different look at one of the many Chinese Buddhist temples on Phuket island.
One thing my teaching colleagues from around the world, especially those from the UK, fail to understand is that while Phuket has gorgeous beaches, South Australia has simply stunning beaches and mile upon mile of them!! These were taken in Normanville, but could be anywhere on our glorious coastline. Double exposures with the Sprocket Rocket… Continue reading Week 43 #project52 Beach Doubles
The Phuket Botanic Gardens are colourful, bright and artistic. Highly recommended for visitors to our fine island, the gardens are full of sculptures, interesting structures and exquisite gardens of all kinds. The Sprocket Rocket was a perfect camera for the colourful vistas.
Before I left for Thailand I enjoyed a short break in Kingston0on-Murray with a dear friend. Forgot that I had some Sprocket Rocket images in the camera form our great time away.
I took the Sprocket Rocket into Chiang Mai for some fun last month. My hot pink camera isn’t very subtle for street photography, but I managed to gather some action shots and glimpses into Chiang Mai’s streets, city walls and markets.