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This shot will be exhibited over the next two weeks, as part of the light-leaks exhibition being held at “Kerala Gallery” in Northcote. Check out http://www.keralagallery.com.au for more information
contrast, creepy, dark, dead, forest, holga, light, mystery, path, sand, spooky, trees
Really nice … Love a bit of lomo.
This reminds me of a bazaar dream i had not so long ago. where was this taken? very creepy but i like it a lot!
Thanks James (although I have to be a nit picker and point out that a holga isn’t a lomo as decalred by one of my mad lomo/holga mates – http://www.flickr.com/photos/rob_birze/sets/721...)
milja, thanks – i’ve seen this shot so often in the last few weeks I’m starting to have bad dreams about it too! It was taken in South Australia, somewhere down in the south east corner – sorry can’t be more specific!
Now this is what I would call a seriously good photo! Mmmmm Mmmm. I like it. I’m thinking very low res maybe plastic or toy analouge camera. Or IR film with the opaque filter hand held over a fully extended long lens. whatever or how ever you have done this, it really rocks. Well done Rhys …again!
OoOh rhys I likey!
Yes, love the mood.
This is almost like a set from the Wizard of Oz! The grass looks so soft and trees look so evil… great image!
hah – maybe i should have called it ’treevil"
I love this, but you know that already! Everyone should see this hanging at the Kerala Gallery…whoever is reading this that hasn’t – Go – Now!:-)
This is awesome.I love that path.