Monthly Archives: September 2010

From the road: Taranaki

These images had a story. But I deleted it and instead give you them as they are. Second roll through the Mamiya 645 Super. Perhaps I need to pay more attention to precision focussing – the infinity focus feels too close. And place less faith in the prism finder’s built in light-meter.  Not as happy […]

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Walk through the ol’ ‘hood…

It was not long ago that I lived amongst the railway lines and container stacks. I’d walk this route frequently to get pizza or Coralee that cheeseburger she craved at 2am. Sometimes I’d walk it just for no reason at all. I remember dodging smashed bottles on the sidewalk so that Spencer didn’t get glass […]

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Film, friends, and photographing for fun

Toby’s getting married next week. We spent a weekend away on the Coromandel Peninsula recently to celebrate the fact. It was everything a weekend away should be – poker, mates, sun, basketball and, of course, the stag dressing up in a wonder woman costume. I’m sure many young nerds’ fantasies will never quite be the […]

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