Just love these Spinners taken in Dzamthang village, near an extraordinary Monastery in Tibet. We had attracted a little too much attention, so spent a morning climbing up the mountain behind the village. Camped under these prayer flags for lunch.
I really love the Lomography Spinner. 360 degree views can be lots of fun. These 2 images were taken on the roads in Tibet last June. Finally called in home and had all the film I’ve been unable to process in Phuket developed and scanned them in for the next few posts.
On a beautiful Adelaide summers day in late February, I took my 360º Spinner for a wander down North Terrace to Fringe Festival central – ‘The Garden of Unearthly Delights’. The 8 images in this blog are the result of just one roll of fill – 100% hit rate – on ya Spinner!! Reliable little… Continue reading Week 8: #project52 – Spinner at the Fringe Festival
Week 2 of this #project52 (use a different Lomography camera/film each week of the year) is my first attempt with the Spinner. 5 rolls of film and only some successes. Six attached – others were crooked, blurry, too dark and involved bits of me (when I didn’t intend to be there!). Anyway – these are… Continue reading Week 2: #project52