I would like to meet some of you, but I'm in Germany until the 8th of January, start work on the 9th.
I missed the last one so would love the chance this time around. Not sure about dates as I will be in Singapore for a week early in January and won't know dates for that trip till about mid-Dec.
Will keep my fingers crossed that schedules work out.
Am I the only one??
Am I the only member of this list in Adelaide??
Does anyone in Australia know of any LF workers here in Adelaide that I could amke contact with??
Maybe I own the last remaining 5x4 in Adelaide?
Carol is in Adelaide, but her details say 35m.
Originally Posted by chiller
Was in correspondence a few weeks back with a guy in Adelaide who was selling a LOT of lenses (I was after one for my Mam645, but he had some LF kit.)
I dunno, maybe you are the last LFer there...
How does it feel?
Go ULF and you and David in Melb can meet half way. Shoot the12 apostles maybe? Or is it 11 now?
(35mm, MF and staying away from LF as long as I can)
Glenn, you know resistance is futile. You can't resist LF any more than you can resist the tug of an APUG gathering in Oz ...
Originally Posted by GlennSYD
The Grampians sound like a wonderful opportunity to meet and shoot. I haven't been there since my uni days when I studied geology. They'd be much more fun as a visual study than they were as a study of mapping.
However, as noted by jford, they could be quite crowded. Any other suggestions? I'm easy. Grampians is good.
(Edit: How about Mt Buffalo area? Closer to Sydney?)
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FYI: Mt Buffalo was hit by some major wildfires a few years ago and hasn't totally recovered. There are still lots of areas where the trees are still dead.
Originally Posted by Graeme Hird
I'd like to join in, too. I have no commitments in January as yet.
Can a wyno from Geelong join in too? In twenty something years of using LF, I've only ever met two others who shoot LF while in the field. It'd be great to talk to others who use LF,
If it is the Grampians I'm in -- in fact I have deleted January from the start of next year just in case. If Halls Gap is too crowded, Stawell is not too far as a base for a comfortable day trip though the area.
Originally Posted by Wyno
Maybe we can have a couple of separate get-togethers, say one in or around the city (Melbourne) in early January, and then around mid-January another one in the Grampians? (Seeing there are a couple of people away after the first few days in January). How does that sound?