All images captured on 35mm Kodak film in a plastic german-made camera.
I recently spent a few weeks up north exploring and hiking on the Jatbula Trail with a few friends. It’s a great 5 or 6 day hike, with very unique landscape and amazing waterholes to swim in at the end of each day. Wonderful to step away from Adelaide’s cold weather for a short time.
All photographs captured on 35mm Kodak film.
In early May I travelled to the blue mountains for the third year in a row to do some solo hiking in the beautiful forest area. This time I walked along the Six Foot Track, from the Jenolan Caves to Katoomba over three days. The weather was unusually warm and sunny; it was quite strange to see the landscape in such conditions, but nevertheless it was still a beautiful experience.
All photographs taken on 35mm Kodak film.
Over the long weekend in April I travelled to the Grampians National Park with a bunch of friends to walk on the new Peaks Trail. The trail will eventually lead from top to bottom, traversing the highest peaks in the park. Currently there is a three night section open to the public. The walk was a tad bit hot and crowded (because of the public holidays) but over all it was wonderful! The new campsite facilitates are some of the best/most thought out Ive come across in Australia. I look forward to walking the full 12 day hike when it’s complete.
All photographs captured with 35mm kodak film.