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.
Photographs were taken during two camping trips, one at Rapid Bay and the other along the Coorong (just outside of Salt Creek) in March this year.
Captured with Kodak Portra 400 in a Hasselbad CM.