Turbulent flow

 

 

Every time I go for a drive over to the Wairarapa & beyond, I pass this bend in the Upper Hutt River and notice the strange rocks… and think to myself, I must come here for a shoot. Not passing by, not rushing. Just some time, when allowed.

So… freshly out of lockdown, I did! And I think it is a location worth revisiting, the ‘turbulent flow’ must be a torrent some days… Equally its known as a great swimming hole in Summer.
(park on Michigan Ave, Ngati Tama Park)

 

 

 

 

I fully subscribe to the #lazymetadata modus operandi
I have consciously made it a habit to shoot an iPhone photo of every xpan long exposure I shoot. Inevitably I am using my iphone for reciprocity timer app, and if i quickly snap a few photos i get GPS and date and time stamp. One day I’ll work out some sign language to document F stop & exposure time, without looking like I am throwing shapes at tik tok or something…

 

 

raw scan RGB:

 

 

 

 

monchrome_xpan_crop_final_altfinal_version 7 (click img for full screen)

 

 

 

 

print worthy? maybe
let me revisit a few seasons…

heres iphone pan version – lots of scope for exploration!

 

 

 

 

Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River
#wellington
#nz

Fujifilm TX2/XPAN2 with Kodak Tmax100
#xpan
#kodaktmax100
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#blackandwhitephotography
#analogphotography
#believeinfilm
#35mm
#filmisnotdead
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