People collect stamps, posters, cameras, jewelry, shoes, antiques … all sorts of things!! I have to admit to collecting a few cameras, but more importantly I collect photos of things … 10s, reflections, letterboxes … and ABANDONED LOUNGES!! Many friends have let me know where there is a curbside reject and I have lovingly captured the… Continue reading Abandoned Lounges in Adelaide
Week 1: #project52
Lomography.com is encouraging lomographers to carry a camera each week and to post something for the 52 weeks of 2013 – from a range of different cameras. Thought I’d play – #project52, week one, here I am! These images were taken with my Holga 120N. I jerry rigged it to take 35mm black and white… Continue reading Week 1: #project52
Adelaide Central Market – exploring the SONY a99
Took my new Sony a99 to the Adelaide Central market this morning! Loving the image clarity, manageability with the tilt screen, ease of use … Rave, rave! So glad I made the switch!
Wandering around Holdfast Bay
A lazy Anzac Day public holiday in the middle of the week saw me scouting around Holdfast Bay in Glenelg for some shots – particularly looking for more abstract perspectives. I didn’t have to go far, before ropes, posts, masts and walkways opened opportunities!!
Abstract in Port Adelaide
Once again I was drawn to the interesting abstract shapes in and around Port Adelaide. There is something special about creating a picture that cannot be identified, or is at least obscure or a different view of something to that usually seen! The Port offers a range of interesting old world, modern and natural sources… Continue reading Abstract in Port Adelaide
Wandering the Port
Port Adelaide is on of the first colonised areas in South Australia. As such it presents with a number of old buildings and historic (well relative in colonisation terms ‘historic’) sites. Great photo ops!!