Smile for the Camera(Phone)

Smile for the Camera(Phone)

More moments from the 17th of May

The weird and the wonderful II

The weird and the wonderful II

More 17th of May celebrations.

The Weird and the Wonderful

The Weird and the Wonderful

More random grab shots from the 17th of May.
Leica MP
Summilux 50mm f1.4
Rollei Retro 100 in Adox Adonal at 1:50 for 13mins @20˙C
Scanned via Epson V700

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade

Norway celebrates its 200 years of independence . Hipp Hurra.
Leica MP
Summilux 50mm f1.4
Rollei Retro 100 in Adox Adonal at 1:50 for 13mins @20˙C
scanned with an Epson V700

17th May 2014

17th May 2014

Norway celebrates its 200 years of independence . Hipp Hurra.
Leica MP
Summilux 50mm f1.4
Rollei Retro 100 in Adox Adonal at 1:50 for 13mins @20˙C

It’s a blur.

It's a blur. by Davidap2009
It’s a blur., a photo by Davidap2009 on Flickr.

Low light and,low shutter speed =blur
Leica MP

Rollei RPX400 @400
Adox adonal 8 mins at 20 ℃

Go Rhinos: Wonderland

Go Rhinos: Wonderland by Davidap2009
Go Rhinos: Wonderland, a photo by Davidap2009 on Flickr.

By Sian Storey

Go Rhinos : Mrs Hearty

Go Rhinos : Mrs Hearty by Davidap2009
Go Rhinos : Mrs Hearty, a photo by Davidap2009 on Flickr.

“Mrs Hearty’s” design was initially inspired by Minky’s artistry in painting Wessex Heartbeat’s little rhino, “Hearty”. The student artists were keen to show synergy between the two rhinos, but also wanted to meld the colour and feel of the African origins of rhinoceros.

Go Rhinos : Seymour

Go Rhinos : Seymour by Davidap2009
Go Rhinos : Seymour, a photo by Davidap2009 on Flickr.

“The design is based on the protective clothing that must be worn when carrying out highway maintenance, construction. The the bright yellow material will act as a highlight drawing attention to the “zero harm” logo that Balfour Beatty Living Places use on work jackets. This idea draws upon a sculpture I made some years ago when I designed and made clothing for several large trees as part of a fashion show, held in the centre of Southampton.” – David McDiarmid

Vandals had already stolen his hard hat when I took this . I wish people would leave things alone.