Friday Favourite - Bali

What a week! Last Saturday I went to the Opera House to see the play 'When the Rain Stops Falling'. Sunday I drove down to Wollongong for brunch at diggies, then Tuesday night I met a friend for dinner at Neil Perry's latest venture, Spice Temple. I've just been to the PMA Australia 2009 Imaging Technology Show, a huge photographic trade display at Darling Harbour in Sydney. I played with a Nikon 85 mm Tilt Shift lens but was as clueless at the end of the experiment as I was at the beginning! I visited some of my suppliers to see their new products and noted the absence of quite a few suppliers from the 2004 show including my own album supplier, Queensberry.

There are lots of blog posts coming up. I've just collected the black and white film from the lab so I've been editing those images like mad all afternoon and there should be a blog post of those images in the next week. There is a food post in the wing and some more Donna Hay General Store images, so please come back. 

Until then I'll leave you with an image I shot in Bali a few years back. I had a great holiday there exploring parts of the island most Australian tourists fail to see. This image, taken at a hill top temple, was shot in on Fuji Reala 100 ISO film, known for it's vibrant colour.

Have a great weekend,


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