Kodak T-max p3200 is becoming one of my favourite 35mm films. After a bit of trial and error, I now shoot it at ISO 800 (it loves light) and develop it normally in Xtol stock solution. It has just the right amount of grain and contrast and stirs up those nostalgic feelings.
Mountain rocket (Bellendena montana), Central Plateau | Hasselblad 500cm | Portra 160 | Dev: Ikigai Camera
Devils Gullet, Mersey Forest | Portra 400 | Hasselblad 500cm
I can’t remember a lot about this day a month ago, except that it was very windy and the clouds were rolling across the mountain bringing occasional showers and rainbows. I followed one of the few sets of cairns to this spot and wondered where they all go. One of them leads to Ironstone and […]
It was a Friday. It was the first snow of the season, so I went where I usually go when it snows. The first part of the track to Lady Lake Hut was fairly ordinary, Dale Brook was flowing fast beneath the bridge and scatterings of unremarkable brown fungi were visible along the rooty rocky […]
…with snow. Pencil Pine | Higgs Track, Great Western Tiers | Hasselblad 500cm | Tri-X
For a moment I had the place to myself. Just me and the rubber ring. Despite its isolation and elevation (1,030m), Parsons Falls has become a hotspot for Tasmanian locals on summer weekends because of the short and relatively easy walk to get there.
Just over one hour’s walk gets me to this hut on the Central Plateau. Lady Lake Hut is 1,130 metres above sea level and the walk is steep. Sometimes there is snow outside this window, sometimes frost. When I am there and no-one else is, on a weekday like this, I heat my water and […]