The Sanchovi

You never know what you’re going to get.

Posted in Photography by sanchovi on 27/09/2011

Here are some shots from the most recent roll of film I got developed from my Pentax K1000. I knew that the roll had been in there for a while but I was surprised when I received pictures from my trip to Canada over a year ago! The first few pictures are from a weekend trip to Kelowna (Canada) to watch Aussie rules. I’m pretty sure I watched more Aussie Rules in Canada than I had watched in my whole life previous to my trip.

The next few are from a bright sunny day in Melbourne at the end of Winter. 

I grew up in a nice part of the world called the Sunshine Coast. I snapped this shot at Mooloolava on a recent trip back to see the folks.

On that short trip, I managed to escape with my friends down to Coffs Harbor. We hung out and walked dogs on beaches, did a tiny bit of 4WDing and watched the World Rally Championships. I’ll upload pics from the rally soon. 

The last pic is my favourite. It’s my friend Kristy checking emails or Facebook or Twitter. Remember when phones just use to make phone calls?

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  1. Hayley said, on 28/09/2011 at 12:58 am

    I miss you Sanch and Kristy!

    Beautiful pics as always!

  2. GregA said, on 28/09/2011 at 1:04 am

    That 7th pic down taken in a carpark or a building being demolished is DOPE.

    Great work as always Sanch. GregA

    • sanchovi said, on 28/09/2011 at 10:27 am

      Cheers GregA. It was taken at Hammer Hall looking across the Yarra to Flinders Street Station. The construction inside was crazy!

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