Here is Rachel, photographed with Canon EOS 3 camera, 20-35 f2.8 lens and Kodak Portra 400 film. The scan is straight from negative so a higher res scan is possible. This gives a good idea of the finished product though.
This small dog is always in Pitt Street Mall, Sydney. Often the owner receives a few coins from passers by. I have put the odd coin in myself. The little dog is not young but looks healthy. Does not want to be patted though!
Above: Very dry in the wine growing region near Cowra. The contrast between working vineyards and fields cleared of vines is evident. Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8 and Velvia 100 film. Shot a little late in the day but I still like the effect of the Velvia 100.
Above: Carcoar Railway Station. The building is beautifully restored and painted, but the line is not operational. Nikon F100 with 24 mm f2.8 lens, Velvia 100 film.
In the article I said: ‘…the Lachlan Valley Rail (LVR) Society works on locomotives and rolling stock. Some of the equipment in the roundhouse is beautiful. The steam locomotives look solid, as though they can run forever…’
I went on to explain that the rail line in Cowra is currently not operational. Hopefully the state government and commercial interests working together will eventually reopen the line.