When I lived close to the city of Adelaide, I used to go in every week. The traffic and the crowds never bothered me; though I must say that my favourite place was (and still is) the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
Looking out over the hot morass of shuffling humanity that is Mong Kok, a lady enjoys afternoon refreshments. I didn’t manage to catch her with wine glass in hand, but she certainly seemed to be a regular visitor to Hong
I posted some photos of Glenelg I’d made using an old Olympus half-frame camera in a previous blog entry. Today, I’m posting more photos of Glenelg I made using a cheap Olympus Body Cap Lens and my little digital Olympus
The Zarya camera (meaning Dawn in Russian) was produced between 1959 and 1961. It was based on the FED 2 camera, but doesn’t feature the slowest shutter speeds. Like the famous FED, it features the M39 mount. Unlike the FED
I know Instagram is insanely popular, but I’m a latecomer to the network. Actually, it was the ‘Instagram look’ that put me off for so long. I’m not a huge phone app user, and the ability to digitally mimic a