I had logged this spot away on a recent scouting expedition but had not been game to actually drive down to it as it was quite off road. I had seen there was some water down an off road track with some reeds, but at the time I was in my car which I was unsure of it being up to the task of getting down to it.
The mrs and I weren’t sure how to entertain the little fella on Saturday morning. So we decided to take him for a walk in Yanchep national park. We hadn’t been there since before he was born. He loved the ducks and other birds.
After having shot the original Broken, Crushed and twisted image while shooting my original two test rolls of Kodak 5302 here: Broken, crushed and twisted. I had noted the gorgeous colours in the image with the dried summer grasses. So I had to return the next afternoon with a digi and the exact same lens, so I could try to as close as possible capture the same’ish image but in colour this time.
I felt like my digi’s were getting a bit neglected from all the film shooting I’d been doing lately. I had also thought that the last shot I shared on the kodak 5302 ISO 6 b&w film could have really worked well in colour too, due to all the golden dry summer grass. Since I was having trouble with the current C41 kit I had been using and it yielding poor negatives for scanning, I decided to head out the next arvo with my digi’s to capture the shot in colour.
So in the wee hours of the morning on September the 1st 2016 at 1:09am the love of my life gave me the greatest present ever. She brought my first born son Link Atticus Perera into the world. It has been 11 days since so I thought it was about time to share some images from this personally monumental event with you all. I do hope you enjoy. 🙂