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    Too close/soon for me to be able to get there; off to Portland for a 90th birthday.

    In addition to any outing on Shtraya Day, perhaps we need to consider a new thread for an outing some time in March? With the last two being in the East, perhaps ¤´¨)
    ¸.·´¸.·*´¨) ¸.·*¨)
    (¸.·´ (¸.·`¤... .::Mirandah…¤ should come up with somewhere in the South West for us to go to?

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    Be at Lakes Entrance all Aust Day weekend, hope to get out behind Thurra Inlet into the sand dunes one day of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
    Too close/soon for me to be able to get there; off to Portland for a 90th birthday.

    In addition to any outing on Shtraya Day, perhaps we need to consider a new thread for an outing some time in March? With the last two being in the East, perhaps ¤´¨)
    ¸.·´¸.·*´¨) ¸.·*¨)
    (¸.·´ (¸.·`¤... .::Mirandah…¤ should come up with somewhere in the South West for us to go to?



    Sorry chappies, but today I received an invite to attend a reunion of old cycling friends in Beechworth on the Australia Day long weekend. "Beechy" was a much-loved and cycled-to destination in the 80s. Some of them I haven't seen in 20+ years, so I'm definitely on the blacktop up the Hume Freeway *again* on the Sat'day of the long w/e.

    March long weekend: maybe a trip away, rather than just a day outing? Start new thread. Catch up some time during the week when I've returned (briefly) from the NE.
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    Two things. First I just finished developing my colour (C41) films from the trip. Yes it took a long time, but ... Yes like the B&W pictures I will post some here in the future. Second, have we a new thread that I might have missed for the next outing, and we are talking march now correct?
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    Here are 3 of the 4 pictures from the Kodak Panoram on Portra 160 film. The first image was a double exposure and copped the bulk of the leaked light.

    Light leaks from when I took the film out and the film had not wound onto the take-up spool tightly. I forgot I have to remove the film in a changing bag or the dark room, A real shame.

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    All in all not a bad for a 109 year old camera.
    Cheers - Andy C
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxleyroad View Post
    Here are 3 of the 4 pictures from the Kodak Panoram on Portra 160 film. The first image was a double exposure and copped the bulk of the leaked light.

    Light leaks from when I took the film out and the film had not wound onto the take-up spool tightly. I forgot I have to remove the film in a changing bag or the dark room, A real shame.

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    All in all not a bad for a 109 year old camera.


    Andy, of this trio the third is my pick. It is a real shame for them to be botched like this because that last one is a serious contender for printing and display. It could of course be tidied up in (ahem) Photochop...
    .::Gary Rowan Higgins

    A comfort zone is a wonderful place. But nothing ever grows there.
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    Oh joy!
    <*drum roll*> I've got 6 rolls of Vaudeville Velvia (tamed!) back from PRISM, ex-Pentaximus, and I'm blown away with the beauty I've captured, spanning the APUG walk-talk-and-gawk and Woolamai, right up to last week shooting the serptentine first tier of Lower Rollasons Falls, Mount Buffalo, in really, really testing 41°c heat. But at the moment everything is on hold as I have to get to Beechworth early tomorrow morning, BUT... I'm going to do the noble thing and post a 'teaser' here later! Unsurprisingly, I actually turned the camera the other way at Woolamai, and I'm mightily impressed.

    Back to the packing manifest...
    .::Gary Rowan Higgins

    A comfort zone is a wonderful place. But nothing ever grows there.
    —Anon.






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