Finding wilderness

52 rolls

Hidden places close to nature, with long views and untouched wilderness areas are becoming harder to find. In the environs of the Morton and Jerawangala National Parks there are still a few such places. Rising from the Tasman Sea, the coastal escarpment ascends like a great sandstone curtain, behind which lie its hidden valleys, streams and forests that are seldom seen.

Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 31Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 27Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 25Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 32Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 30Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 11Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 3Jan 2014 LCA Svema64 Adonal(1.100)stand 34Although the breeze blows, leaves rustle, the sky is grey, and there is the promise of a little more rain to fill the rock pools at the cliff edges, which overflowing run down the precipices, eroding cliffs, sustaining rainforests and filling streams – not a soul can be heard. Only the ringing of bell birds break the silence deep within the forests. What a delight to spend a day finding wilderness.

Photographs taken with Soviet Lomo-LCA on Svema 64 (expired 1984) shot at 50 ASA and stand developed in…

View original post 5 more words

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s