Wednesday, February 9, 2011


Ben Gough is the creator of the My Life My Vision program. We attempted to travel to see him in his home town of Horsham to discuss his program which we were taking over, and to get some tips on living in Nepal.

Unfortunately the flooding in the area closed off the road to Horsham. In fact, at the truck stop that we had a quick lunch at was full of truckies stuck waiting. Some had been there for 2 to 3 days. One guy we met was from Tasmania and was going to Adelaide to meet his brother and do a community ride with Lance Armstrong.  We met him at the roadblock two hours down the road where we were all turned around.

The images were shot on my grandfathers olympus pen film as an experiment to see if the camera still worked so I could take it to Nepal. It divides a single frame into two to double your exposures per roll.... neat.

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