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  • Writer's pictureCelia dymond

Northern beaches

Updated: Mar 8, 2020

Holga cameras are light, and can be easily stowed away on sailing and racing adventures. They also survive being washed with salt water from crashing waves. I combined sailing with an opportunity to learn more about traditional navigation. Not everyone knows or needs to know how to use a sextant right? So, after twelve days at sea sailing from New Caledonia to Sydney heads, which was amazing by the way, I needed some time on the land. I'd not explored the northern NSW coast line until sighting it from sea. So we rented a beach shack up on the point of this amazing coastline. Just a pub and a milk bar, somewhere between Newcastle and XXXX. I can't tell you where. Holga pinhole. Kodak 120. Long exposures, salt water and sand scratchings.

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