Summer is almost here…
Photo shoot on the beech by the playground where Sam and I go after we wander through town.
I am currently in a bit of a state of transition at the moment as Sam has pretty much grown out of the backpack and I am trying to get her to walk instead. Unfortunately this is meaning that I am taking less images 😦
Bear with me and hopefully all will be back to normal soon 🙂 and I do have a film to develop…
Its been raining here for the last 3 days pretty much non stop so not much shooting going on. Here goes a shot from when it was sunny 🙂
A truck coming back from dropping off a load of sand along Oriental Parade. The trip before this one he really booted it through the water sending spray everywhere but toned it down this trip possibly since I was standing there with a camera and Sam was too impatient for me to stick around for another pass.
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.
Couple of shots from a fine day at Oriental Parade in Wellington.
Maintenance person painting rust spots on the Tug Boat Restaurant.
Tourists sitting on the Oriental Bay Breakwater.
On a Dark and Stormy Night.
Replacing sand before a big beech volleyball tornament. The beech is entirely man made with sand trucked in from Golden Bay in the South Island.
I forgot to take my remote shutter release so could only get short (30 second) exposures and it started raining almost as soon as I got there.
Made for good dramatic clouds though.