Monthly Archives: August 2014

Smithtown and beyond

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Sitting on a bend of the Macleay River between Kempsey and Jerseyville is Smithtown. Once busy towns when the waterways were full of traffic, but today’s freeways bypass many small towns and villages. Along with the…

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Finding paradise

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
Sometimes I wonder what it actually might mean to find paradise? Can it be an earthly reality, or is paradise a place which is mystically conceptualised due to the influence of myths, religions, tourist or even…

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Distant winter sun

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
August can bring cold frosty mornings, clear blue skies, a chill in the breeze, and a rapid fall in temperature when the sun starts to set. It is on these days when the winter sun is…

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Winter shorelines – Holga Week 2014

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
To absolutely devastating effect during Holga Week, I firstly decided to try some components of a digital Holga kit on my Holga 120N: macro attachment, tele and wide converter. For the macro shot I simply guessed…

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