Just a few images from a recent trip up to the Katoomba and the Blue Mountains. The Sony A7 did the hard work with a variety of Voigtlander, Minolta,m and Leica lenses using the Voigtlander VM-E Close Focus Adapter.
Definitely an overdue post, it is almost the end of August and here I am posting a review of the random images taken in July. Truth is that August has been an incredibly busy month, and I did not take many images during July other than those for my 365 Project. As always these are random images taken with a variety of cameras, some have been shared via the 365 Project others are the spares.
Just thought I would share some recent images from an after dark trip out to Hornby Lighthouse and then a drive out to Brooklyn, a small town on the Hawkesbury River.
Not too much to say so here are some images of the lighthouse, taken using the Sony A7, most with the Minolta Maxxum 17-35mm f/2.8-4 with the LA-EA4. Not the best photos but my excuse is that it was cold and I didn’t take brackets to attempt a blended exposure.
Here are some images taken up at Brooklyn, the Nikon 1 J1 had the duties as I was also hauling the Fuji TX-1 (NO TYPO, the panoramic camera, not the overprices hipster digital) and the Hasselblad 503CX.
Another month as flown past and thankfully, despite the crazy rush towards finishing this PhD I have had a few opportunities to get away and take some photos. This meant there have been more photos to share and fewer images in my misc folder.
As always, here are a few random images from the month, possibly 365 Project images or just the spares.