Hidden within the rolling green hills of the Strzelecki Ranges, the meandering Agnes River cascades over rocks into a deep picturesque gorge.
At 59 metres, Agnes Falls are the highest single span falls in Victoria.
yesterday i went for a drive to Agnes Falls. i saw this place on a map quite a while ago, and had wanted to go since.
it was sunny when i got to the ‘scenic lookout’, but no sooner had i set up my camera, it began raining quite heavily.
i took another light reading, 5sec @ f/32 and took 2 shots.
the camera got very wet, as did i.
Crown Graphic 4×5 150mm, Shanghai 100 film
a few weekends ago i went out with the 4×5 and shot a few sheets.
im struggling a bit remembering to set aperture and close lens after focusing, but with a bit more practice, and the note i now have on top of the camera, it shouldn’t happen anymore….
i just bought a Schneider 150mm f/5.6 Symmar Convertible, so im keen to give it a go soon.
Crown Graphic 4×5 and Tmax 400 film.
i tend to keep my Ricoh GR1s in my car, so that i always have a camera with me, and its perfect size to fit in my pocket.
since im not really good at shooting lots of photos a roll of 36 tends to last a few weeks, to months depending on where i go or what i do, so by the time the roll is finished, i have quite a range of different shots.
I couldn't surrender, try as they might, to an expectation, a label, or a routine. Constantly I'd struggle, trying to fit in a preconceived mold but I'd only end up hurting myself in the process, I was either too big, too small, or the wrong 'shape' of thinking!