One of those odd, slightly haunted blur-faced photos that turn up on a just-developed roll of film, when you can’t tell or remember who it was of or when you shot it. Taken in Tasmania or Melbourne Jan 2011.

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One of those odd, slightly haunted blur-faced photos that turn up on a just-developed roll of film, when you can’t tell or remember who it was of or when you shot it. Taken in Tasmania or Melbourne Jan 2011.

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Amanda, standing outside City Hall in San Francisco, on Dec 30th 2010. We’d just got our Marriage License. It all felt unreal and unlikely.

Amanda, standing outside City Hall in San Francisco, on Dec 30th 2010. We’d just got our Marriage License. It all felt unreal and unlikely.

I rather doubt that any of the Lomo photos of the bees I was taking on my back this morning will be as cool as this photo of me taking them.
But you never know.

I rather doubt that any of the Lomo photos of the bees I was taking on my back this morning will be as cool as this photo of me taking them.

But you never know.

One of my favourite photos of Amanda. We were in the Mona Museum in Hobart, a couple of days before it opened.
Taken on 35mm film with my LCA+ camera
The light bulbs pulse to your heartbeat.

One of my favourite photos of Amanda. We were in the Mona Museum in Hobart, a couple of days before it opened.

Taken on 35mm film with my LCA+ camera

The light bulbs pulse to your heartbeat.

I felt guilty for posting something I’d posted here before. Even if there were only about 200 people following me on Tumblr then as opposed to 55,000 now.
So here is a Lomo photo I took of Amanda one morning in a hotel room. It’s the smile that gets me every time.
(I have many rolls of Lomo film to get developed. You would be amazed at how many of the photos are Amanda in the morning. No, you wouldn’t would you?)

I felt guilty for posting something I’d posted here before. Even if there were only about 200 people following me on Tumblr then as opposed to 55,000 now.

So here is a Lomo photo I took of Amanda one morning in a hotel room. It’s the smile that gets me every time.

(I have many rolls of Lomo film to get developed. You would be amazed at how many of the photos are Amanda in the morning. No, you wouldn’t would you?)