Another roll from 2019. I remember a majority of these images come from a post lockdown outing. We are fortunate enough to live close to the coast and bushland.
I think I’ve got a bit of a posting rhythm now and as I start to build up my motivation again you should see some content regularly pop up here.
Oh, and merry Christmas and happy holidays.
The weather is warming up again and 2022 is coming to a close. We find ourselves visiting our favorite places again. The sun is warm and salt in the air fills me with a feeling of comfort.
Still working through my backlog, here’s one that I’d completely forgotten about. Originally, I wanted to do an entire series of these, essentially a passage of time exploration. My motivation dropped during the peak of covid, so I never returned to it.
Hi, it’s been a while. I’m slowly chipping away at my backlog of un-developed rolls of film. Here’s some photos from what I can only identify as sometime over the past 4 years.
I’ve started to develop my backlog of photos. I’ve been neglecting my photos, meaning over the next few weeks as I develop the rolls some photos will be from any point in the past couple of year.
Lomochrome purple is pretty fun, I’ve always enjoyed shifted colours like aerochrome, so this was a fun little experiment.
I went into the city one night this month to catch up with an old friend, which is interesting, as the weather was exactly the same as the last time we met. Pouring Melbourne rain.
I’ve been pretty quiet the past few months, to be truthful I’ve been moderately uninspired. This lull usually kicks in this time of year I’ve come to realise. Which I feel is clear in these images. They’re nothing profound, and truthfully I don’t particularly like them. Upon reflection I was taking photos for the sake of taking photos, because “that’s what I do.”, in saying this I’m uploading them as a small reminder to stop shooting for the sake of shooting. I remember thinking “I just want to finish this roll”, which is a behaviour I haven’t seen in myself in a long time.
I think I need to take a stroll alone through the city, with no expectations of meeting anyone. A moment of needed meditation, deep breath, and drink in my surroundings.