Tagged: Invercargill

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The Canon EOS 1000F Sticky Shutter Issue – One Year on…

It’s just over a year since I first posted about my Canon EOS1000F with a sticky shutter, and at the time I recall reading anecdotal evidence on the web saying that such a shutter clean would ensure reliable operation for about a year. So just over a year on from...

Site of a new hotel development in Invercargill

The Changing Face Of Invercargill

Big things are starting to happen in my hometown of Invercargill. In fact the changing face of the city means that what you see today may not be visible tomorrow. For a long time I had been intending to head downtown and take photos of the old Langlands Building on...

Grunge Photowalk In Invercargill

Dirty, gritty and old – a grunge photowalk I consider myself to be an opportunistic photographer in that I generally just head out with my camera with no specific goals in mind except to photograph whatever takes my fancy. However a few weeks ago I took part in an organised...

Capturing the ethos of Queens Park

The Ethos Of Queen’s Park

Queen’s Park – a place of beauty We – by that I mean me and my partner Lyn, our two dogs and two cats – are lucky enough to live directly opposite Queens Park in Invercargill, and often quip that we have the most beautiful, best kept front garden in...