Webb Bridge as seen through the Holga Pinhole with some expired Velvia 50 (hence the whacky purple sky).
A series shot with the Holga 120 Wide Panoramic Pinhole Camera around Melbourne
I feel pretty lucky to have spent 3 years wandering the grounds (and occasionally attending class) at Melbourne Uni back in my late teens. If the proposed deregulation of universities goes through, the cost of a course at an institution like this will increase significantly, to the point where you would really have to make it […]
It’s a beautiful time of year to get out into Melbourne’s parks and gardens.
I think there is something amazing about total stillness. Not only is it rare on a planet that hosts thousands of storms and weather systems everyday, but it’s barely conceivable when you consider we are hurtling through space at thousands of kilomoters per second.
It takes a bit of guts to ride a bike in Melbourne – poor infrastructure, zero priority on the roads and the occasional abuse from uneducated drivers can make for a difficult journey. When it’s dark and raining, it’s twice as hard. Before I made my wet journey home I caught these riders powering on […]