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The Adventure Continues... Windmills

I was inspired to share this episode of California’s Gold after seeing Rebel Girl’s post Wind Power on the Photogate blog.  I can only imagine what it must feel like to stand at the top of one of these massive machines! 247 more words


Film Review: Kodak TRI-X 400 B&W Film Profile


Today, we’re going to take a look at Kodak Professional TRI-X 400 Film, or 400TX, which is it’s film code (for brevity, we’ll refer to it by its film code from here on out). 780 more words


"Vietnam stole our hearts" by Kelly Adams

Vietnam, was our first somewhere-very-culturally-different-family-adventure and it stole our hearts.  Compared to our home in Brisbane Australia it was a vastly different world. Vietnam was a much faster pace than what we are used to with a mix of chaos, noise from everyday lives of locals, bustling areas with people everywhere.   529 more words

Repost: Calaveras Big Trees, 2009

I first posted about this particular trip to Calaveras Big Trees in two separate posts, in March and May 2009. I was going to simply repost the originals, but they were written back in my early days of blogging — when I took a look back I realized the images were much too small and I just wasn’t happy with them in general. 638 more words


Medium Format: One Hundred And Forty Seven

I’m currently in Genoa in Italy, hence the lack of recent updates on here, although if you follow me on twitter or Instagram you’ll have seen them. 22 more words


Kodak PIXPRO Friendly Zoom FZ43 16 MP Digital Camera with 4X Optical Zoom and 2.7″ LCD (Red) Case Bundle

Características Cuando lidiamos con equipos de la marca Kodak se hace imposible no esperar desde el inicio un producto de calidad, perdurable, fiel, destacable y tan cautivante como para justificar que gastemos una cuantiosa suma de dinero a cambio de un grupo de funciones que sean capaces de satisfacer nuestras exigencias. 37 more words