This is the second part of the rose that I found on the beach last week.
This time I was playing with light fall-off with a saftbox directly above and very close to the rose.
Nikon D90, 50mm f1.8, ISO 100.
I was walking along the beach with my daughter when we found a dozen roses of all colours scattered along the length of the beach…
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Rolleinar +1, Rolliepar +1, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.
Fatherhood Friday took a break last week due to me forgetting it was Friday… This new routine with me working an extra couple of days a week is really eating into my photography/blog time… not that I’m complaining… more just readjusting.
In between earthquakes and storms the size of Australia the weather has finally started to hint at what spring might be like and we have had a chance to go to the beach (admittedly in jackets and hats) and play in the sand which both girls love to do.
Unfortunately this has also brought on the spring colds etc… Samantha has had a pretty rough week and had to be picked up from Creche on Tuesday and has been sick pretty much ever since, complete with late night vomit and constant grumpiness. Emily is still having trouble hearing due to fluid in her ears but has been prescribed nose blowing and blowing up balloons by the doctor (I kid you not). She was surprised to find that she can actually blow up a balloon by herself.
Anyway everyone seems to be feeling better now so hopefully (touch wood) we are over the worst and things can go back to normal… as normal as they can get anyway 🙂
Emily with the digger that is rebuilding the bike track in the park across from us.
Sam at the beach on one of those sunny days.
Rolleiflex 2.8 E
Yay it’s finally spring! (this side of the globe anyway)
When Amanda and Samantha went down south to see Amanda’s Nanna a couple of weeks ago Krispin came to visit so we decided to go to the beach for a treat for Emily.
Samantha is fully running around now and getting into everything she is not supposed to… So basically being a one year old.