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March 31, 2011

I'm off to Tasmania on Saturday for a photographic trip and a holiday. A lot of the photography will be concentrated in Queenstown, exploring the effects of the Mt Lyell copper mine on the local environment.

Queenstownrock.jpg Gary Sauer-Thompson, rockface, Queenstown

Whilst I am photographing in Queenstown with my renovated Linhof 5x4 Technika IV Suzanne will be doing the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair 5 day walk on the Overland Track in the Cradle Mountain National Park with Barb, her sister.

This is my third trip and it has slowly evolved into a project, which I plan to built on the early work done with a Leica and Rolleiflex by using the venerable 5x4.

I don't have the trunk to take the 8x10 Cambo monorail. Maybe an 8x10 is the next trip--but with a field camera that can be carried in a backpack. Maybe.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 9:09 PM |