January 13th, 2012 by Glendyn

While driving back down south towards Melbourne, we passed near Gosford, so I thought I’d best drop in and have a cup of tea with my Dad.

I lived in this house for a couple of years when I was 11 and I’ve only visited a couple of times since. There are a lot of memories here, both good and bad. It was good to see my Dad though.

7 Responses to “DADS HOUSE”

  1. Andrew Says:

    Hey Glendyn,

    I really enjoy your blog and like to check back regularly for updates.
    In particular I like the pictures you take for the blog, the colours are great. Can you tell me which type of camera you use?

    Keep up the good work



  2. Glendyn Says:

    Thanks Andrew.

    I use Leica Rangerinder cameras. For the past couple of years I’ve used an M8 with a Summicron 35mm and 50mmm lenses. Both lenses are from the late 70s.
    Late last year I upgraded to an M9-P!
    You’ll read really good and really bad things about M8s and M9s online. And they are not cameras for everyone. But I love them and couldn’t imagine shooting with anything else.

  3. Andrew Says:

    Thanks for getting back to me Glendyn.
    I thought it might be something fancy like that. M9-P wow, thats a good Christmas present for yourself!

    Thanks for the info and have a great Australia Day

  4. Glendyn Says:

    HA…! yes I’m still feeling the pain on the M9…

  5. Eddie White Says:

    These are so so great. The slithers of half-used Imperial leather soap, the browning video labels… amazing

  6. Glendyn Says:

    I thought of you when I took the photo of the VHS tapes. Seriously! I thought you might like them.

  7. Ellie Says:

    Glendyn, your photos are just amazing! Love them all. Love the soap in this post.

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