Took the kids around Uluru today. By around I mean a base walk around the whole of this largest of all monoliths in the world. For the curious, see if you can find Uluru on Google Earth to get an idea of what I’m talking about. We’ve all seen the postcards or tourist shots, but the reality is another thing altogether. I think we are all settling in and enjoying our time now that we know we are really on Holiday! Once again, I took many photos with my Diana, Horizon & Yashica FX-D cameras but once again, until I get home in a few days time and get them developed, you’ll have to make do with my iPhone shots. Really as far as digital imaging goes, the iPhone’s fixed focus 2 Megapixel capabilities are probably the closest a digital imaging device will come to a ‘Toy Camera’ in the digicam stakes. Fitting for the plastic lens really, but don’t think I’m going digital anytime soon! It’s still an ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY BLOG boys & girls, needs must at the moment is all…
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