Monthly Archives: December 2014

Old Years Day

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
As a child on Sunday afternoons I would often sit on a small stool in front of my father and play chess with him. He was a kind, humble man who worked long hard hours as…

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Cherry Oh

Originally posted on 52 rolls:
For want of something to say, lost for words maybe, or just the tune in my head – perhaps it’s better to quote The Stones: “whoa, eeyo, eeyo, eeyo, eeyo whoa, eeyo, eeyo, eeyo, eeyo yeah,…

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Early summer at the beach

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Summer so far has been sunny, hot and humid, building up to late afternoon thunderstorms often with torrential rain. Early one Sunday we took a trip down to Greenfields Beach on Jervis Bay. Not many people…

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TerraPin in tropiques

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Recently Todd Schlemmer a.k.a. The Schlem graciously printed and built for me a TerraPin 6*6 pinhole camera. This awesome camera with interchangeable 35mm and 50mm pinholes has been designed by Todd for 3D printing and can…

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In dunes

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Now that I know, I tread carefully in the dunes. Deep beneath I imagine could be a spice worm, that I know not to disturb. Coyote tracks seem to pass through melange traces left in the…

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So you think you can dance!

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Some days are strange. It is though nature is revealing its auspices and one must be nimble to catch the signs. I often travel with several cameras, and though I can set up my 4×5 fairly…

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Sorry, …but I’ve been hit by purple rain

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Listening to Ventura Highway I am always transported to an imagined road that might be in California somewhere. I want to be chewing on that piece of grass, overcome by the scent of sage brush walking…

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