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splendour in the grass: base camp

Splendour. Five Stars.
Splendour in the Grass. FIVE STARS!

Finally! Here are some Splendour in the Grass photos. It took me a while, but I eventually got there. After many a problem with my scanner and then my computer getting a virus (facebook, you are not my friend) and being out of action for a few days, I’m all set. However, I’m not sure how to organise these posts. I think I’ll go day by day. And then maybe by camera (I still have a Diana Mini film to scan in). Rest assured, there will be many, many more posts to come. In the meantime, have a sticky beak at our camp site. More photos after the jump.

Do not recommending camping underneath trees with BEES.
These trees were full of bees. And the yellow flowers shed everywhere and covered EVERYTHING. We had to camp underneath them. Do not recommend.

Blue skies and bubbles. Not a rain cloud in sight. Hurrah!

Hide out.

Giant novelty dice!Base Camp
Who takes a giant novelty dice camping? We do.
Who takes a giant novelty dice camping? We do. Well, the boys do at least.

finders keepers

Finders Keepers - mushroom art

As promised, here are a few photos from my birthday/Finders Keepers Markets. These were taken on a Polaroid disposable camera. The film expired in 2008. Despite this, I think the photos turned out quite well, with the only faults a result of photographer error or poor lighting (my bad). I have to say that these photos have a certain lomo quality to them and the results are similar to, if not better than, my Holga 135BC camera.

Finders Keepers - Old Museum

Finders Keepers
Finders Keepers - birthday cupcakes

(1) Installation art at the Finders Keepers markets. They’re crocheted toadstools. Nifty.
(2) View of the top of the Old Museum in Brisbane, where the markets were held.
(3) Secret garden adventures.
(4) Birthday cupcakes! Yum!

You can see more photos from the day on my Flickr.

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