Macquarie St, Hobart. Nikon F3 | Samyang 85mm 1.4 | Tri-X 400 | Rodinal
Forcing myself to use the 85 as my standard lens recently, and it’s absolutely wonderful. It feels like having one of Mamiya’s 6x4.5 lenses mounted to the Nikon, optically they seem to share similar characteristics, which speaks very highly of the Samyang.
Enough gear wank, take more photos.
Courts Island, Cape Bruny
Explore the rugged coastline and towering sea cliffs of Cape Bruny in South Bruny National Park. This beautiful wildlife sanctuary is a walker’s delight with activities ranging from serene scenic strolls to more challenging cliff climbs.
Keep an eye out near the southern tip at Courts Island, as this area is home to a great deal of seabirds, including penguins, shearwater, parrots & the endangered hooded plover.
Photo Credit: Captured by Jason Stephens
Small Huon Pine carvings. Burl musk box.
"My dad insisted I got a trade. He had a plumbing business - so you are looking at a qualified heating engineer. Fifteen years ago I had my arm down a blocked drain, up to the elbow in shit. Back then, I can assure you, I didn’t think one day I’d be in the top 40 highest-earning sportsmen in Europe."- Colin McRae
The Stacked Urban Architecture Of Hong Kong
By Peter Stewart
‘the grid’ — yick cheong buildings in quarry bay
choi hung estate in wong tai sin
lai tak tseun apartments in causeway bay
ping shek estate in wong tai sin
all images courtesy of peter stewart
see the full collection here.