Saw this in the weekend and had to take the shot for todays post…
Hope you have a good one!
Things are still a bit stop start at the moment, sorry, due to the fact that I am trying to develop and scan a backlog of film to get back to normal.
It looks like the knitting graffiti crew have been at it again. This time with the sculpture “Solace in the Wind” which was looking like a surf lifesaver in the weekend.
These shots occurred just after I had managed to lock my keys in the car. I decided to just leave them there and continue to shoot and then went and borrowed some tools and broke back into it later on… I must be slipping though because it took much longer than usual to get back in… Lets just say we got some funny looks while trying to get in 🙂 And I think Hamish got some images of me breaking in.
A couple more shots of the Tripod with its legwarmers. I thought the Pom Poms were a nice touch 🙂
This time in colour from my half frame… Not sure what is up with the crazy yellow shift in the first one. It probably means the film was somewhat expired 🙂
Its a bit hard to make out but the sculpture at the end of Courtenay Place has had legwarmers put on it by some Knitting Graffiti Personages. I took a series of closer shots on half frame camera but since it took three weeks to shoot 12 frames on Rollei it might take a while to get through seventy two on the Demi…
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.
As I have mentioned a couple of days ago this Alley has been gated off and the graffiti painted over. A friend sent me THIS ARTICLE which says the whys and hows. I have to say the whys are pretty dumb…
Anyway here goes some shots from the last couple of years…
More knitting graffiti seen this time in the Leftbank Mall off Cuba Street.
No someone didn’t lose a scarf it was definitely knitted on to the post.
Nikon F5, 50mm f1.8 Lens, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO film.