Two girls were deeply absorbed by a transaction at a bus stop, I hope no rabbit was suddenly pulled out of the hat … (click on picture for high res)
Leica M8 with 35mm Lux Asph at F1.4, 1/3000, ISO160
Strathalbyn is one of these few towns in Australia where things seem to kepp unchanged for decades. With its antique stores, main street covered with verandas and charming coffee terraces, it makes you travel back in to the early part of last century. Today, the feeling was even stronger since a club of Packard owners suddenly drove into town. The setting was therefore complete to somewhat recreate an Australian street the atmosphere of Strathalbyn in the 30’s – 50’s with a 2011 film … processing I meant. (This series is best viewed by clicking on first picture than using navigation button).
All pictures taken with Leica M8 and 35mm Lux Asph
Coming back to yesterday’s post, I stood corrected by my mother. Actually, only partially. While pictures ofhis stay in Australia do not exist, some portraits of his late years did survive.
Don’t you think there is street feel to it ? ;) And I am sure that B&W lovers will appreciate the tonalities. (My apologies for the low resolution).