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scarred bamboo by Tony Kearney

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graffiti carved into the bamboo in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

Hasselblad SWA, Biogon 38mm, Tmax100, home developed in D76, scanned from neg, 2010

Comments

  • nicephore
    nicephoreover 4 years ago

    Awesome, my compliments for the choice of medium.

  • thanks nicephore : )

    – Tony Kearney

  • Slideshooter
    Slideshooterover 4 years ago

    The Biogon lens is amazing. Lovely tonality there Tony, I will have to get myself some D76 too, I think, when I start home developing soon.

    Thanks for adding this to the Hasselblad Group!

    Cheers,
    Brett

  • thanks Brett, I’ve tried a few other developers with the Tmax and settled on playing with D76. There is a specific Tmax developer but it’s harder to get hold of in smaller quantities.

    Tony

    – Tony Kearney

  • Bethan  Howells
    Bethan Howellsover 4 years ago

    fantastic choice of subject… so interesting!!!!!!!

  • thanks artstudent123, the bamboo grove in the gardens has been graffitied for years, some of the tags I saw were from the 70s

    – Tony Kearney

  • Josephine Pugh
    Josephine Pughover 4 years ago

    Fantastic image! It’s just beautiful! Stunning! Congrats on the Homepage feature!

  • thanks Jo, I’m so new to this it took a while to register that you meant the RedBubble home page which is cool : ))

    – Tony Kearney

  • Sanne Thijs
    Sanne Thijsover 4 years ago

    Congrats on the redbubblehomepage
    FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2010

  • I was more than a little surprised and happy that my image is featured on the RedBubble home page, thank you : ))

    – Tony Kearney

  • Marlana Marry
    Marlana Marryover 4 years ago

    reali cool :)

  • thanks Marlana : )

    – Tony Kearney

  • Matt Roberts
    Matt Robertsover 4 years ago

    Interesting indeed… could be an installation piece almost.

  • thanks Matt, I suppose in some way it already is an installation peace although a lot more permanent than others. The grove of bamboo stretches for about 30 meters along a path in the gardens and people (mainly travelers) have been leaving their mark on the bamboo for years,

    – Tony Kearney

  • Marie Wintzer
    Marie Wintzerover 4 years ago

    Very impressive!

  • thanks Marie : )

    – Tony Kearney

  • tdn14277
    tdn14277over 4 years ago

    Great tones & depth of field…nice work!

  • Zaldy Infante
    Zaldy Infanteover 4 years ago

    brilliant

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