Lighthouse Monochromes – Tasmania

1987, Tasmania, Australia, From Dusk Till Dawn

 

Monochrome versions of lighthouse images from From Dusk Till Dawn . . . ..

Most of these images were taken with large format 5×4 cameras using Fujichrome 50 slide film (Velvia did not exist then). A few were taken with medium format cameras Mamiya 645 and 1937 Rolleiflex TLR. Some (which should be easy to identify were taken with a Nikon FE and a 16mm fisheye lens.

Click links for posts on lighthouses with more information and colour images.

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Cape Bruny Stairs from Floor.

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Cape Wickham lighthouse stairs.

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Cape Wickham.

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Currie Harbour.

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Deal Is partial view.

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Deal Lighthouse.

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Deal Lighthouse from Cottage Ruin.

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Eddystone Point at Sunset.

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Eddystone Point Lighthouse and rocks at dawn.

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Low Head after sunset.

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Low Head Lighthouse.

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Interior of Low Head Lighthouse.

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Maatsuyker lighthouse and rocks from in front of cottages.

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Maatsuyker Lighthouse from close.

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Maatsuyker View from top.

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Maatsuyker clockwork mechanism.

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Tasman Island from Cape Pillar.

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Tasman Island.

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Tasman Island after sunset.

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Tasman Island Sunset Seascape.

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5 comments on “Lighthouse Monochromes – Tasmania

  1. leecleland says:

    A beautiful set for Tassie. One question Murray, underneath your name at the top you have the tags, one of which is “From DUST ‘Till Dawn” then the next line says “From DUSK ‘Till Dawn”. I’m curious as to whether it was a slip of the finger or you meant it that way?

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  2. Gorgeous b&w compositions!

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