IMG_612701. A snippet of street art in Collingwood.

IMG_6114

02. Shot from the Ilford Disposable, street in Kynteon.

IMG_619003. The coffees not great, but somehow keep ending up here at The Mess Hall.

InstaMonday, a weekly round up of my favourite images and moments from the preceding week as seen through the magic lens of Instagram.

For the full roll, you can visit me @thequiethedonist.

KDID_1_2400dpi_012

 

Last weekend I hit the road with an Ilford disposable film cameral in hand. The Ilford is a crazy little machine, full of strange lens blurs, vignettes and curious random light. And with it’s high contrast black & white film, this is a camera after my heart.

More happy snaps from this little baby shortly.

IMG_604201. By Chinatown.

IMG_609402. Surprise! Rankins Lane Paste Up.

IMG_604603. Chinatown Laneway.

IMG_609504. Sunday Evening.

IMG_605605. Daniel at St Beans, Kyneton. 

IMG_606106. Kyneton Music Festival. We are rocking the backyards this summer.

This is my new project, InstaMonday, a weekly round up of my favourite images and moments from the preceding week as seen through the magic lens of Instagram.

For the full roll, you can visit me @thequiethedonist.

Collective Cafe01. Collective Cafe, Camberwell.

Garage Door02. Garage, Collingwood.

Decay03. Collingwood Decay.

City House04. City House, Melbourne.

Collingwood Side05. Last Light Down the Sideway.

InstaMonday is a weekly round up of my favourite images and moments from the preceding week as seen through the magic lens of Instagram.

For the full roll, you can visit me @thequiethedonist.

Screen Shot 2013-02-20 at 12.01.03 AM01. It’s summer, the nights are hot, the skies are beautiful.

IMG_591802. A quick visit to my old hood.

Screen Shot 2013-02-20 at 12.01.27 AM03. Summer skies MKII.

IMG_5958

04. A Melbourne icon. 35degrees at 9.30pm and the smell of bushfires in the air.

This is my new project, InstaMonday, a weekly round up of my favourite images and moments from the preceding week as seen through the magic lens of Instagram.

For the full roll, you can visit me @thequiethedonist.

Hanging Rock

From the top of Hanging Rock, made legendary by the mysterical 1970s film Picnic at Hanging Rock. A timely post, as the film chronicles the disappearance of several schoolgirls and their teacher on Valentines Day, 1900. A spooky film that still begs the question, is it a true story?

Here you can clearly see the vignetting from the Seagull lens. No hipster filters here, that’s straight up, real life vintage camera action.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 78 other followers