Here's a shot I took on my $2 Polaroid Panoramic Point and Shoot (now dead courtesy of the mosh at The Black Lips Show at Laneway) of Claudio Kirac and a work I did for him for one of his girls 30th birthday presents. Claud's been an inspiration from the day I heard of his existence. He definitely has the Midas touch and I look forward to hopefully working on project/s with him one day.
Whilst on their (Ben and Gus aka Mr & Mr Bengus pronounced Ben-ges) journey from Brisbane to Melbourne I sent the boys a care package. Inside contained 9 rolls of Film, a love letter, 1 shirt, 1 singlet and a t-shirt. Figured they could do with some clean clothes and some more film. Here is their friend pretending to be their postman. Check out Mr & Mr Bengus' page Wehavehairyfeet for more of the snap-time goodness. Good to have you queers home.
Here are a couple of keepers from my $2 Polaroid Panoramic Point and Shoot. These are the infamous trees on the way to the Sunshine Coast. I think this is my least favourite part of the drive because they seem to go foreverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
This is what happens when you try hold up my local Chemist. A middle age man walked into my local Chemist dressed in socks. Yes that is all Socks! He also was wearing a backpack, on his back (where you do) and holding a knife. Long story short as he was leaving the store a 'local good sam-ary-tan' decided to smack him across the noggin with the a-frame sign that sat out the front. Knocked out cold ready for the boys in blue.
Ben and Friend soaking up the summer sun. Not much about this shot but I just like the colours of the water and all the light shimmers.
An incidental double exposure featuring the DT 'Lucky Chalm', Gato Gato and Matty boys Shovel Nose the 2nd.
Little Lilly Cherie would be to young to probably even have seen this sign made for her let alone appreciate it, but I thought I would take a photo of it just because so much effort was put into it. This shot also incidentally features the 'Lucky Chalm' via double exposure.
Saw this random bougainvillea plant growing out a crack on a big white wall down in Burleigh. Something about it took my eye and I wrote it down on a scrap piece of paper as something I wanted to photograph. So I did.
All photos shot on my trusty LCA+ with Fuji 200 Colour Slide x-processed