IMG_612701. A snippet of street art in Collingwood.

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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.

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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.

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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.