Monthly Archives: October 2013

No more hoodoos – Toyo 45CF & Velvia

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Over the last fortnight I have been unable to take photos, except beyond my hospital bed or the sofa in my lounge room, following the third excision of a sarcoma site on the calf of my…

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Hemispheres and Realaties ~ Olympus Chrome Six RIIB

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How does one describe perfection? The Olympus Chrome Six RIIB poses such a problem. Sure, it has foibles, a tricky winding mechanism and uncoupled rangefinder, but since buying it online from Japan I carry it everywhere,…

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Mountain zen, or patience is its own reward

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Stepping off There is nothing like a mountain with 360 degree views, a field camera, multiple¬† lenses, sheets of black & white film, strong light, unseasonal temperatures and rising winds to pose a challenge for the…

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Mountain flowers

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Over the weekend Melody and I hiked to the summit of Pigeon House Mountain. The abundance of wildflowers along the trail over the plateau was spectacular. With their petals closed these tiny pink wildflowers look like…

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