The last few months have been an extremely busy time for me. I have taken my photography full time, and also at the Taste Festival on New Years Eve launched a brand new part of my business, which is called KombiCam.
Well it has been super busy in the world of Nigel Honey Photos and I have a few things to blog, and some are actually going back a little while now partly because I have been slack, and other things have had to go to print before I blogged them. Anyhow… Tonight Mel, Lucas and I headed to “The Flight of the Snow Petrels” Children’s Parade, part of the Antarctic Midwinter Festival.
A large procession of drummers, and people with large penguin shaped lanterns left the wharf near the School of Arts, in Hunter St, and headed around to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, where those that got there early enough could see some fire twirling and fire eating. It was a bit of a battle to get through the crowd to get a few shots, but I got there and thanks to the low light ability of the Canon 5D MarkII I grabbed a couple of shots and got out of the way of the crowd I had pushed through to get to the front of.
After this, the show moved into the courtyard at the museum but we could not stay as the large animal costumes were scaring Lucas. Was certainly a different way to spend a Friday evening.Continue reading
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The Jensen FF was the worlds first (non offroader) 4WD car. It was also the first car in the world to have Anti Locking Brakes. They were very expensive and very thirsty cars. Here is the cockpit of a Mk1 FF.Continue reading