Published on March 3rd, 2015
One of the least attractive features of Hobart is the Bridgewater Bridge. Fortunately, it’s due to be replaced in the near future. Only a few decades ago this part of the river had hardly any birds. In 2015 this part of the Derwent River is populated by black swans, pelicans and ducks that spread a few miles further up-river towards New Norfolk.
Ilford PAN F 50 shot on a Zenza Bronica ETRS
Rodinal at 1+19 for 5 and a half minutes at 20 Celcius
Published on March 2nd, 2015
The end of Nutgrove Beach that runs around the point to Long Beach in Sandy Bay has had heaps of rocks dumped to stop sand degradation. By rocks I mean cannonball sized little boulders. Which is a shame, because it was such a nice place to sit and have a coffee looking out over the river.
Ilford FP4 PLUS 125 shot on a Nikon F2A Photomic
Rodinal at 1+24 for 9 minutes at 22 Celcius
Published on February 27th, 2015
I bought this hat for Meegs at Salamanca Market. It’s a very nice purple with white stripes (yes, the photographs are in black and white – I noticed that, too). She has a sexy Pancho Villa thing going with the glasses and the hat.
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