The things one sees are often alarming then after a moments deduction the human error answer is likely closer to the truth. But I’ll bet some poor partner gets a verbal roasting for this mistake…
Apparently the longest chairlift in the southern hemisphere, many people seem to enjoy the arial trip over the first basin.
A short walk through the ‘difficult’ Cataract gorge track, the sun was getting low and that orange horizontal light that we get at this time of year leached almost all of the colour out of this scene. Had an old Rusky Helios lens mounted. Its as sharp as they come and has quite a unique drawing quality when compared to modern lenses! A Fuji chrome jpeg straight out of the camera…
Last week a huge marquee was constructed on the first basin swiming pool so that Qantas and the tourist industry could chuck a party. To all accounts they had a good time, this giant Meccano set construction was assembled in three days
A look down the Tamar Valley from Gravelly Beach 6X9 Kodak Ektar Voigtlander Bessa
Its been quite some time since I posted anything but having taken nearly 18 months to build a new home, studio and an almost completed a darkroom in the last year time for blogging has been a sparse commodity. However I did take a few days off here and there that gave me some time to look around tassie and shoot about twenty films most of which are awaiting the arrival of a LAB BOX from a Kickstarter to dev the black and white. The colour film went off to a local lab THE ONLY C41 lab in Tasmania and they have done a reasonable job even though there is much more spotting to do than I would like. This was shot on Ektar on my 1949 Voigtlander Bessa Its a 6×9 version which is ideal for landscapes… This bay near St Helens is called the bay of fires because of the red and orange lichen on the rocks which under the right light gives the impression of fire on the rocky landscape.
Iris’s blowing in the window as the sun set colours blur and lines move!