Finally managed to get around to developing some slide film of images shot during semi-recent day tramps in the Tararua Forest Park. This is a ‘sister’ post from an earlier entry back in March on the Goblin Forest. These images are stitched panoramas (one day I’d like to play with a true medium format panoramic camera) from 3-4 frames of Fuji Velvia 50, using a Mamiya 645 medium format camera.
The gnarled and moss-covered beech trees of the Kapakapanui day tramp in the Tararua Forest Park.
Beach trees on the way up to Field Hut at the start of the Southern Crossing at Otaki Forks, Tararua Forest Park.
Bridge Peak on the Southern Crossing of the Tararua Forest Park, Wellington.
This entry was posted on July 8, 2015 by Antony Kitchener. It was filed under Personal Works and was tagged with Film, Fuji Velvia, Goblin Forest, landscape, medium format, moss, mountains, Panorama, Panoramic, Photography, Tararua Forest Park, trees, Wellington.
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