Interesting what one can catch with a small and intriguing camera!
Double exposures with my Holga 120, on the road in Tibet.
Lomography Spinner sent into action in Thuchen, Tibet. Love the sepia toned image – something a little different!
Beautiful Spinners taken in Lahrong Monastery in Tibet.Stunning scenery, a sunny day – perfect formula for success!!
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.
I have been through the photos, from the first 4 stops of our Tibet journey, to de-saturate some of my favourites. Here are some for your perusal. Love to know what you think!
After some interesting airline stuff ups we had the gift of a day in Shanghai. We walked miles, through old sections, along the Bund and up the main shopping strip. A productive photographic day!
After a 14+ hour bus trip from Lahrong Monastery to Chengdu, we were ready for some quiet exploration and photography! We left Lahrong at 5 am to get the bus for Chengdu. Rather than go to bus terminus it was decided that we meet the bus at a small town on a cross road where… Continue reading Chengdu again
Arrived in Lharong Monastery, the largest in the world. WOW, OMG!!!! A centre for Buddhist study and contemplation, 3000 monks and 8,000 nuns study here. The monastery operates on the Buddhist Rime principle – all sects accepted and considered equal and important. Open mindedness and debate are the order of the day. The Chinese… Continue reading Lahrong Monastery – Tibet