I’m just chillin’, brah.
I’m not sure where he took this photo, but Hosh is out travelling the Asian world. I love the colour, depth of view. It feels humid and still.
My good friend is travelling the world again, and I’m a little envious. He invited me to tag along for some of it, but my job and its limited vacation made it impossible. I swear, one day, I’m going to take a couple of months and just go. There’s just so much world to see and new things to experience.
And one more of Railay, a long exposure of about five minutes, taken just after sunset at the tall island. Next we move on to Ko Phi-Phi!
Buddhist monks meditating at a temple in Bangkok.
Ya, that’s pretty nice. Now that I’ve found my battery charger, I’m going to start shooting again. I have to send in my big awesome lens for cleaning, but I have a 50mm I can have some fun with.
This is where I live. Driving home from work today, I thought Rundle (top) looked glorious, so I stopped to take a photo of it. Then I turned around and saw Cascade (bottom) didn’t look too bad either.
I’m blessed to be living where I am, blessed I say! And not only is it a beautiful little mountain town, it’s a cultural mecca. There’s live music every night; and at least once a week there’s dance, theatre, poetry, sports, politics. And (considering the small size of the community), a greater diversity of cultures than anywhere else I’ve encountered.
These were both taken with the 50mm lens. The more I get into it, I am utterly happy with this 50mm project I’ve undertaken.
My friend Hosh took some nice pictures of a pretty girl frolicking in the snow. I love the hood of her coat.
I really haven’t done much photography lately, but this past weekend I had three photo shoots, and this was the result of one of them.
I love Raine, she’s one of my favourite people.
Photographer: Queen Bathurst Studios
Model: Raine Deigh
This week has been beyond rough, still is, I hope (other than the relatively boring outfit) it doesn’t show from the images.
I never get tired of Hosh’s Burning Man photos. They are full of life (even in the face of death) and vitality. xox
Burning Man, 2007.
The Bone Tree.