Leica M6 plus Fujicolor 400.

In this photo dump, i’m sharing a selection of photos from about 6 rolls of colour film i shot during a trip around New Zealand.

I also have 30 rolls of B&W film to develop and print, but it will take a while as i’m doing it myself at home.

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The last two years, part 6/6

The final photo dump from Australia’s Northwest.

It’s been a journey, with a start, and soon an end. With loads of variety, we’ve enjoyed our time there. Here’s to a new start and a great life, continued onwards and upwards. Cheers.

 

A shot from Exmouth.ningaloo_reef_ocean_underwater_gopro_exmouth_wa_aus

Rio Tinto’s Parker Pointriotinto_ironore_dampier_mining_wa_aus

Exmouth, on the beach.ningaloo_reef_ocean_exmouth_wa_aus

Old Cossack’s cemetery.cossack_cemetery_mining_wa_aus

Ancient Aboriginal rock art, Burrup Peninsula.rock_drawings_aboriginal_wa_aus

One of the many different kinds of lizards in the area.lizard_reptile_wa_aus

An Olive Python, retreating. snake_python_grass_wa_aus

Red Dog Gorge, 4×4 trip.gorge_waterhole_4x4_wa_aus

Karratha Gas Plant.gasplant_mining_wa_aus

Emu and babys, Exmouth.emu_exmouth_wa_aus

The last two years, part 5/6

This is the second to last part of a series of images from Northwest Australia.

A gravestone from the old boys in the mining world, Whim Creek.grave_stone_damaged_whimcreek_pilbara_wa_mining_copper

The girl and i, on top of Yardie Gorge. us_me_her_holiday_exmouth_wa_yardie_gorge_river

An abandoned house out the back of Roebourne.abandoned_house_ruined_wasted_squatters_roebourne_pilbara_wa

 

Harding dam.harding_dam_water_corp_wa_pilbara

A friendly reminder.sign_killer_roo_kangaroo_sky_ad_pilbara_wa

A dead King Brown.king_brown_snake_wa_pilbara_whimcreek

Inside a dust storm, Karratha.duststorm_lia_karratha_weather_reddirt

A few quick snaps on top of a hill.lookout_pilbara_reddirt_troopy_camera_photography

Outside Karratha Airport.signs_karratha_airport_warning_getout_security

Bulgara public BMX jumps.karratha_public_dirt_jumps_bmx_jarrod

 

The last two years, part 4/6

Here are more photos of Northwest Australia in part four.

Parked up and taking photos of a storm.toyota_troopy_storm_clouds_rain_weather_webres

A scrub fire ripped though here but left the path alone.fire_burned_bushfire_scrub_pilbara_karratha_webres

Parked up again, looking for storm photos.toyota_troopy_4x4_pilbara_milstream_webres

The early days of Ktown Dirt. Before the jumps.ktown_dirt_bmx_digging_beginning_jarrod_pilbara_webres

On a road trip, the roadside had been burned at some stage.road_toyota_burned_pilbara_bushfire_webres

Making a bet on horses at the 2011 Roebourne Cup.george_roebourne_cup_pilbara_betting_punter_horses_webres

Ktown Dirt, a while ago.ktown_dirt_bmx_jake_whip_trees_pilbara_webres

Travelling in style, in Roebourne.Van_couch_john_travel_roebourne_webres

On the road.driving_george_mirror_rear_van_vehicle_webres

The Roebourne Cup race. Plenty of red dirt.roebourne_cup_2011_horses_racing_crowd

The last two years, part 3/6

Part 3 of this photo dump from Northwestern Australia.

Ktown Dirt, Brad Mas, turndown.ktown_dirt_bmx_turndown_brad_trails_pilbara_australia_webres

Outdoor cinema, Pannawonica.pannawonica_outdoor_cimema_drivethrough_movies_webres

Dust storm taking over Karratha.dust_storm_karratha_clouds_webres

A ride at a festival in Karratha.fenacle_festival_wa_karratha_fair_show_carnival_webres

Work at Dampier Salt, on the pump station.work_dampier_salt_boat_boileys_monos_webres

List of people whose grave markers have been lost in Cossack cemetery.cossack_list_of_dead_people_cemetery_webres

Jumping a BMX into a river on a 40+ degree summers day.pooljump_bmx_pilbara_upsidedown_webres

One of the many abandoned cars on the salt flats surrounding Karratha.abandoned_car_saltflat_pilbara_webres

Ktown Dirt, Jarrod Hepburn, the early days.ktown_dirt_bmx_jarrod_night_flash_webres

Crowd with a costume, Roebourne Cup, 2011.crowd_bear_costume_roebourne_webres

The Wedding Weekend

This short clip is made up of every photo i took on Jason and Lizzy’s wedding weekend and the 2 days before. About 40gb in 4 minutes, around 1300 images. On location in Whananaki, Northland, New Zealand.

This is my way of saying thanks for a great time up there. Beautiful place, Beautiful people. Cheers guys!

Music: Ween – I fell in love today
Camera: Canon 5DMKIII with 50mm ƒ/1.4, 14mm ƒ/2.8 and 70-200 ƒ/2.8 taken in RAW and converted to JPG, unedited except the first and last images in video.

Oh, and definitely watch this in full screen and with the speakers turned up!

 

Jake and Brad, Ktown Dirt.

Here is another image dump from the Ktown trails. This time Jake came along to ride with Brad and again i saw some talent go down. A couple of firsts at these trails that arvo, a backflip from Brad and Jake got the 360 tailwhip happening.

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Double rainbow and other storm images.

More images from the lightning afternoon session the other day. It was also the first rain in the area for over 6 months.

doublerainbow_Panorama2_webresstorm_night_webres rain_on_windscreen_webres troopy_lightning_webresHere’s to a great storm season!

 

Lightning on the Pilbara coast.

This shot was taken a couple of weeks ago. We had a lightning storm pass by on a sunday evening and almost every photog in town would have been out getting some shots. I took 9-10 shots and stacked them to get maximum strikes of lightning in one shot.

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Nagano Snow Monkeys

It’s been a while since i was in Japan, but i’m still wishing i could go back anytime soon. I will but it might be a while. I got so many photos of these monkeys chilling in the hot springs. These ones were taken with the 100mm Macro, the best tool for the job.

I find it amazing how much they look like us.. After all, we were once them.