Lorna Sim's PhotoBlog

2010 is already nearly half way through. Thought i should at least make one post for the year. This was shot in 2008 on a rainy stormy day. There was some…

I was visiting East Malaysia this year. While on the way for breakfast early one morning, when our car was jammed stop in heavy traffic, i was amazed to see…

I came across this wall along one of the streets of Sydney last year, plastered with torn posters, reflecting someone trying to rid it of all the bills posted…

This is a hand-stitched vertical panorama made up of 16 images. Tried stitching it with a few different panoramic stitching softwares, but it only ended up…

Shot at Federation Square, Melbourne, during last summer. It was nice just sitting there & watching the play of light & shadow on the paved surface of the…

This was shot at the Boorowa Catholic Cemetery. Boorowa is a small country town with a population of around 2,500. Wheat & sheep are the town's main economy.…

These were shot during the National Folk Festival 2008 at night. Couldn't really remember the shutter speed, but it's definitely set slow at maybe 1/30th or…

Shot at this tiny town called Captains Flat with just a few hundred residents. Quiet & peaceful, but just about an hour away from the capital of Australia,…

During the National Folk Festival 2008, I came to know Mike Compton the mandolin player & love his music. Didn't realise then that he's a multi Grammy Award…

These are just some national & international musicians during the National Folk Festival 2008 in Canberra, Australia. Once i manage to figure out who's who,…

My friend Sam with her two pet sheep and a pet cow at her parents' farm in Bathurst, Australia. It was one of the best encounters in my life to see the close…

these were shot with canon 20D & a lensbabies on 28-200mm zoom lens. i like the movement effect, but it's easy to get sick of it if used too much. have a…

just trying to create a multi-layered image with the chicken wired-cage & the netting & glass reflection behind.

This was shot with my holga with color film but cross-processed with E-6. I love the eerie & weird color effect turning a supposedly ordinary & peaceful scene…

This is my first try with a lomo supersampler. My girlfriends Susan & Kerry did the jumps. I'm getting a lot of fun out of different lomo & plastic cameras…

I love to look through layers of lace, netting, glass or whatever that cover a window or any opening to a shop or building, always trying to look for some…
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