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?
Be at Lakes Entrance all Aust Day weekend, hope to get out behind Thurra Inlet into the sand dunes one day of it.
Originally Posted by LJH
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. :)
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?
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.
Originally Posted by Oxleyroad
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... :)
<*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! :p Unsurprisingly, I actually turned the camera the other way at Woolamai, and I'm mightily impressed.
Back to the packing manifest... :)