Bay of Fires Lodge, Tasmania

The beauty of good light.

M2 + Voigtländer Nokton 50/f1.5 & Kodak Portra160

Bay of Fires Lodge, Tasmania


KL pt.I

Kuala Lumpur in black & white, the portrait-orientation collection.

Leica M2 + Kodak T-Max 400. Scanned with an Epson V550.

VM 35mm Color Skopar, 50mm Nokton & Leica 90mm Tele-Elmarit.

Surgery on a classic…

The old vulcanite was dying – there was a small chip when I bought it, which I didn’t ming, but then half the back came off in one go… – so it was time to pull out the tools and put the M2 under the knife…

New leather skin curtesy of Morgan at CameraLeather.

Very sexy with that classic Old Resin look


Under the knife

Down to bare metal


Learning the M2 – colour

A random collection from my ‘new’ Leica M2, shot with Kodak Portra 160 and 400, and Fujifilm Pro400H. I enjoyed all three films but I think from now on I’ll be sticking with Portra 400.

Shot with a VM 35/f2.5 Color Skopar, VM 50/f1.5 Nokton and ‘fat’ Leica 90/f2.8 Tele Elmarit.

The black and white set can be found here.

Mt Pelion East rainbow

Lisa and Jen

Snow on Pandanis

Meander Valley mist

Moody Tasman Sea

Morning cloud over Mt Cathedral

Bay of Fires Lodge

Mum pt.I

Morning light, Bay of Fires

Chopper, Tasmanian Walking Co. mid-season provisioning

Stephen, Lake St Clair

Jan, Darling Harbour

Tristan, stalling

Mum, pt.II

Bushwalkers on the Windermere Plains

West Head sunset