hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Features tents, alcohol & Ballardian landscapes.
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Another few rolls back from the special chemist.

Features lurking in the moonlight waiting for the camera, buildings, Sno-cats and blown Dodge Chargers. (The last two from the second half of the Wisconsin experience.)
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Last of the current set. Features lack of focus due to mixing beer and patent cold-cures, disturbing yet naturalistic pictures of drunk people, scaffolding and the end of the world (telecoms version).
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Wisconsin head trip.
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Documents this.

Largely pictures of green and pleasant land.
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Testing out a new chemist.

Contains people, places and things in a confusing order. Also the usual shoddy composition and wilful camera-shake.
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Features: people, places, things and subjects who'll like as not complain. Which would be a shame, I think. Mostly.
hirez: (Lomo)
Reportedly too good to be Lomography. Well, this lot should make a lie of that (rather pleasing, in point of fact) statement.
hirez: (Lomo)
Holiday snaps.

(Will shag your browser and hoover all your bandwidth. Worth it if you like islands, mind. Splendid place to visit, too.)
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

Contains persons of a recognisable trouserage, drinking, lurching, holiday snaps, poor focus and shoddy composition.
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

(Contains shoddy negative cutting, poor-quality scans, persons who may recognise themselves and thus never speak to me again where that would be bad, socialist-unrealist landscapes, LC-A behaviour from the XA2, demonstrations of camera-lobbing, persons who may recognise themselves and thus never speak to me again where I would be quite relieved.)

On balance, though, I'll put the rest through DLab and hang the expense.
hirez: (Lomo)
Many of you would be forgiven for thinking that a deal of the strange things I post about exist only in my own head, and while passably interesting have no relevance to your own lives of season tickets, sandwich shops, milestones and deliverables.

I now believe that may well not be the case. I have two theories to account for the following happenings.

So. Just over a year ago, I was pottering about the cobbled interzone between The Dings and Old Market in Bristol, and found this.

Today I was back in that general area, looking at the hole where the Polis station was, and thought to have a revisit of that site with the last frame in the Action Swinger out of a sense of symmetry.

It's not there. I can't find it.

The nearest thing I can find is this, and even then I don't think that's the right place at all.

It was... Odd. I'm used to being in charge of my own dreamscapes. Either this sort of thing happens a lot when you think to look for it, or else the act of looking at things deforms the universe and things are only the way they are because they're held like that in many people's heads. Insects in amber, if you will.

Elsewhere, the concept of shrink-wrap is modified slightly:



... And Primark has wooden boning:

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Assorted Olympus-waving. I still need to learn to stand still, but one or two pleasing results.

The daylight stuff is all Woodchester Mansion. Not a scouse ghost in sight.
hirez: (Bunny Eye)
(More) Lomography.

(Bits of Bristol, Gloucester & Sharpness canal, ducks, greens of a fearsome intensity, things to drive the photography purists to despair.)
hirez: (Lomo)
Lomography.

(Features beaches, lighting plants, road-rollers, mud, utter vanity and sunsets. May cause thoughts of wanting to go back there right now. Bugger.)
hirez: (Eisensniper)
Well, it nearly captures the alternated lurching and hungover brightness.

Lomography.

Feel free to object to any recognisable depiction, not that there are any, mind.
hirez: (My name is legion)
More shonky Russian photo-malarkey up. Usual URL. I think there are a couple of obvious candidates for the Flickr 'Postcards from hell' collection in there.

Weekend was, um, yes. Drank, talked rubbish, hit things with bricks and set fire to them. All very fine indeed. Splendid company as ever.

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