No going round this barricade they expect you to go over it…
A shadow of my former self 🙂
This shows about how far behind the times I am at the moment with film developing and scanning…
These are from the World Premier of The Hobbit movie which happened here in Wellington. I didnt get to actually go when anyone was on the red carpet but went earlier in the day to catch the people who had staked their spots early.
I have always wanted to do more shooting in the rain and what better way than with un underwater camera 🙂
With the end being neigh for the old school it was time to go back before it was knocked down to make way for a retirement village.
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens.
Another shot from around Christmas. While we were in the Coromandel thousands of fish washed up on the beaches around the peninsular, no one knew why but it was suspected that a large fishing boat lost one of their nets or that they were dumped by a fishing boat.
Autumn is upon us…
A leaf on my flat bed scanner, with a box over it for a black background. I love how it feels like its just floating there 🙂
A couple of macro shots using extension tubes and a 50mm lens…
A shot from my Nikonus V which got a good workout over the Christmas Holidays
Another shot from before Christmas. This was taken at the Weta Cave in Miramar.
When I was looking through my film in the fridge preparing to go away for 4 weeks holiday I noticed one roll had 9 shots off it already (a big 9 was scrawled on the outside of the film cassette). I ended up using the rest of the film a few weeks ago and when I got it developed I found some picture from the rugby 7’s from maybe 4 years ago.
Anyway here goes a few of them. Gotta love film for getting surprises 🙂
I was in Gisborne after New Year for a wedding and spotted this place as I was heading out to the venue on the day. Unfortunately I didn’t get to go back and ended up getting to the wedding a bit later than I expected. Luckily I was helping with some of the set-up so I was still early 🙂