All four corners of the compass here on this one, Continue reading
First day of winter and it’s raining, it’s 11 degrees outside & I can’t remember the last time I wore shorts.
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Got a message today from a friend that said “I followed your advice, took my dad camping…” Continue reading
The town of Katoomba, the heart of the Greater City of Blue Mountains, is a breeding ground for eccentric characters, poets, artists, environmentalists and numerous others of the same general vein. Suffice to say the mix of relaxed hippie vibes, historic houses and new found wealth from Sydney weekenders leads for some interesting streets.
The following is a brief typology of Katoomba houses.
When I saw this Valiant I was in the car with my parents and brothers in North Melbourne and we were kinda lost, so I told them to pull over and figure out where we were… I promptly got out, walked across the road and took a few photos.
Without fail if you’re hanging out taking photos at ANU (I don’t even go there), someone you know will run into you and ask what you’re doing. A friend of mine bumped into Nagesh and I busy moving this construction gear around to get a good photo before the sun totally disappeared, this post is for you Milly!
Canon A-1, Ilford Pan400, guess who took the first photo.
Sitting in Ben’s garage taking apart a 1986 Honda Civic and he realizes that he’s left his tools at his girlfriend’s. So I’m sitting there waiting for him to come back and my phone rings, It’s Ben and apparently there’s a garage sale down the road I need to come see. There’s all kinds of awesome stuff (because, obviously) from Drizabones to Cameras…. Cameras! I found this Minolta XD5 there and picked it up for $30 with flash AND lens, not a bad deal I thought, so long as it works.
Well it worked and the 28mm lens is more versatile than the 50mm I have on my Canon so it’s going to stick around. Except for the two instagram photos, all of these were taken using Kodak Ultramax 400 and link through to flickr.
Lonsdale Street Roasters have two cafes in Braddon on the same street and for me and many others they’re a fun place to hang out, work and people watch. Here are a few snaps from the past week around the two stores.
All of these photos were taken with my Nikon ZOOM200 AF using Kodak Ultramax 400 and link through to Flickr.