Why Hello Walter…


A long time ago, in a town far far away, there once lived an artsy type of girl. She wore glasses, never had shoes upon her feet and even though she brushed her hair multiple times a day it never ever looked it. One fine and sunny day this girl grabbed her camera, jumped into her car and took off in search of a little adventure ( which is very different from a lot of adventure I might add). She drove around for a bit and got lost several times before coming across a quaint little road that wound its way too and fro along the bank of a wide muddy brown river. Soon enough a bridge came into view, and the girl enamoured with this not so large but still impressive structure, decided to stop and risk the extra freckles she was bound to get, and get snap happy. An hour and two very sore feet later she returned triumphant back to her car, and zoomed back home with her prize!
Smoke       WT_Bridgerail


Oh and she forgot to mention above that she also found this nifty gate.




To the Bay and back

It’s late Sunday night and I have only just finished going through the photos taken while on a wonderful weekend adventure south to see my grandparents.

Naturally my camera of choice for the trip was my brand spanking new (and purple) Olympus Pen Lite (E-PL3) which I am still very much learning all the howsits and whatsits of. What I do know thus far however is that the GRAINY FILM art filter = LOVE! Almost everything seems to look fantastic in black, white and grainy!!!

I still have a lot to learn about my lovely new camera, but I am very much looking forward to getting to know her better and to the beautiful photos yet to be taken. So hooray for my future photographic endeavours!

April Mornings in Sunny September

Confused? LOL well you should be, unless of course you follow me on facebook or watch my Deviantart gallery’s.

April Mornings is a short series of photographs I took way back in April 2011 featuring some prettyful dewy spider webs, so these are images from my vault.

The camera I was using at the time was an old beat up Kodak easyshare z740 with 5mps,  and I remember being super stoked with how well these images turned out. Anyhoots enjoy!

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