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About Us

Wollongong Camera Club meets at 7.30 pm on Tuesdays from February to November.

1st Tuesday of the month: Movie Makers

2nd Tuesday of the month: Photo Group Guest Speakers

4th Tuesday of the month: Photo Competition

Meetings are at Figtree Heights Public School, Cnr St George Ave and Lewis Dr, Figtree*.

The Management Committee meet on Zoom at 7:00pm on the 3rd Monday of the Month.

We also hold monthly Field Trips. See our calendar for more information.

*During COVID lockdowns, meetings are held via Zoom.

If you would like to join our Club, please click the button below, fill in and submit the Application, make the payment as indicated, and we will confirm your application as soon as possible.

Upcoming Events
May
28
Tue
2024
7:30 pm Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
May 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Judge – Craig Parker Subject – Australian Landscape
Jun
4
Tue
2024
7:30 pm Movie Makers: CCM Space Video Di... @ Figtree Heights Public School Hall
Movie Makers: CCM Space Video Di... @ Figtree Heights Public School Hall
Jun 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Bring your works in progress for critiquing.  Also a video recorded on your ” Smart Phone”;  can be edited on PC.
Jun
11
Tue
2024
7:30 am JOINT MEMBER PRESENTATION on Und... @ Figtree Heights Primary School
JOINT MEMBER PRESENTATION on Und... @ Figtree Heights Primary School
Jun 11 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am
An interesting evening where Sue Curtis, Sue Souter and Les Schumer get together to share their knowledge and mesmerise us with their exciting  stories and beautiful images taken on recent travel adventures. Both Sue Curtis[...]
Jun
25
Tue
2024
7:30 pm Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Jun 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Judge – Alan Hitchell Subject – Open
Jul
9
Tue
2024
7:30 pm GUEST SPEAKER : Samuel Markham ... @ Figtree Heights Primary School
GUEST SPEAKER : Samuel Markham ... @ Figtree Heights Primary School
Jul 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Samuel is a self-taught landscape and wilderness Photographer from the South Coast. Samuel says .. ” Photography entered his life in 2011, transforming the way he perceives the world and instilling in him a profound[...]
Jul
23
Tue
2024
7:30 pm Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Jul 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Judge – Glen Samson Subject – Panning Blur
Aug
17
Sat
2024
10:00 am ILLAWARRA FAMILY HISTORY and HER... @ City Diggers Club
ILLAWARRA FAMILY HISTORY and HER... @ City Diggers Club
Aug 17 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Our Club will be represented at the Illawarra Family History and Heritage Fair to celebrate Family History month in  August and the diversity of cultural heritage in the Illawarra. This Fair is being hosted by[...]
Aug
27
Tue
2024
7:30 pm Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Aug 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Judge – Colin Talbot Subject – Open
Sep
24
Tue
2024
7:30 pm Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Photography Group Competition – ... @ Figtree Heights Public School
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Judge – Colin Talbot Subject – Portrait
Archives

Results for competitions in October 2022 Creative

There were 5 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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View / Comment entries in October 2022 Creative

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Its been very wet
Sue Curtis – Best In Section
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

Adventure on the High Seas
Ruth Brooks – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

Pear Splash in Reverse
Sue Curtis – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

Hang On Tight
Jill Bartlett – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

In the Minds Eye
Sue Martin – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

by Tim Porteous, October 18, 2022

Results for competitions in October 2022 Creative

There were 5 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in October 2022 Creative

click here to see a pdf catalog of all competition results

Its been very wet
Sue Curtis – Best In Section
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

Adventure on the High Seas
Ruth Brooks – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

Pear Splash in Reverse
Sue Curtis – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

Hang On Tight
Jill Bartlett – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

In the Minds Eye
Sue Martin – Credit
Digital All Grades Water Lines Red – Creative

by Tim Porteous, October 18, 2022

Vale: Barry Daniel AAPS SSAPS 1928 ~ 2022

By now most members will have been advised that Barry passed away on Friday, September 30th 2022; 1928 ~ 2022. Barry was 94 years young. I would like to reflect upon Barry’s Photographic journey with particular emphasis on his legacy to the Wollongong Camera Club.

Barry’s photographic love affair commenced in 1939 when his parents gave him a Box Brownie using 120 film roll. In those days, there were no mini-labs, 1-hour photographic services, nor had the inkjet been invented. It was a “do it all yourself” hobby. Developing the film’s negatives was in a soup bowl and printing on Kodak Paper using the sun as the light source. The resultant print was brownish (for a monochrome) with a very short shelf life.

By the early 1940s, World War II had commenced, everything in life was in short supply and in huge demand. Photographic film and papers were unprocurable. His film of choice, none other available, was Dufaycolour Transparency (Slide) film with an ISO 8. The resultant picture taking was at 1/25th second with an aperture of f16. It soon became evident that only Summer-time images were acceptable. Barry modified his camera, a drilled hole to increase the aperture and adjustments, to take 16 images instead of the “8”. The film was sent to England for processing, about a 6-week turn around with the final transparencies.

He later upgraded to a Bakelite, Baby Minolta camera taking 127 roll film. At this time, Barry commenced his foray into the darkroom, building his first enlarger from a large jam tin can, an opal glass diffuser and an old camera lens. The light source was the house’s 100Watt light, later replaced with an 800Watt Photoflood light. He was mixing his own processing chemicals and making his own photo-sensitised papers.

In 1947 Barry’s film supply received a boost with Kodachrome 35mm Colour Transparency (Slide) film with a lightning increase in speed to ISO 10. By the  end of WWII, Barry received a 35mm Camera for his 21st, a French manufactured Sem Kim. After WWII, photographic gear was still in short supply and expensive. Even during the 1950s Barry reverted to his earlier learnings, building his own projector with some challenges to precision and specifications. The projector served him well for the next decade or so

These earlier decades taught Barry valuable lessons, not only in crafting his hobby, but also giving him sound knowledge of exposure, camera operations along with film development and printing processes. No rangefinder, no exposure meter, no auto focus! A far cry from today’s digital equipment with all the bells and whistles, plus more for the photographer. Histograms was something taught in schools in mathematics classes.

Barry’s pathway to greater knowledge started in 1955 when he joined the Wagga Photographic Group and the regular competitions, learning from mistakes, further developing skills already gained. By this time competition prints had reached a huge 10” x 8” (today’s A4 size). Not an A3 Print in sight! Barry also served on the Club’s Committee. Barry became a regular book borrower at the Wagga Wagga Library, everything, anything on photography was on his reading list. After-all, there wasn’t any YouTube or Video Courses in those days; Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim (YouTube Founders) would not been around for another 5 decades.

It wasn’t long, 1957 in fact, that Barry completed his first Judge’s Course by correspondence from the Photographic Council of NSW. Barry had also moved on to a Kodak Retinette and Diax cameras until in 1960 he had access to a Praktica SLR with extension tubes; thus, his love of macro grew. Barry didn’t look back.

1963 bought Barry to the Wollongong Camera Club doors. He was amazed by the superb 20” x 16” (A3) B & W Prints on display, remarking “… I could never do that quality of work”. Again, his pathway led him to the Wollongong Central Library and to every photographic book on the shelves. It wasn’t long before his hard work commenced to pay dividends, taking out Pointscores and Print of the Year Awards.

During the early 1970s, Barry attacked the National and International Competition with the vigor and precision that Barry had to succeed. His successes further encouraged Barry to enter other external Competitions, like the FCC and APS Affiliated Competitions.

The Judge, Presenter and Teacher:

From the very beginning Barry has had a thirst for photographic knowledge, how does it work, what is the process? He learnt through trial and error, from books and fellow photographers discussing everything, sharing knowledge, fostering the art, and craft, of photography. Barry was of high value; a most respected photographer with his presentations amongst the best in Australia.

Barry’s last Wollongong Camera Club Presentation was at the tender age of 88 years old on Macro Photography and Gear. Barry also attended 2 FCC Judges’ Course in 1987 and 1995, granted APS Approved Nature Judge in 1996. He saw this as a way share his knowledge with the entrants and also to learn from each image that he was commenting upon. It was a 2-Way process, one that he never grew tired of. As Barry said on many occasions; “… I got so much pleasure out of judging, lecturing and teaching photography.” Barry has been widely published for his Award-winning images in The Nikon Club Membership Magazine, NSW Dept of Industrial Development and Decentralisation (1984-85, 1986-87 Editions) (world-wide distribution) as well as National and International Catalogues, name a few.

Camera Clubs and Affiliations:

1955 Wagga Photographic Group. 1963 ~ 2022 Wollongong Camera Club; 1977 Kiama Shellharbour Camera Club (Over 22 years in Committee positions); 1981 APS (Australian Photographic Society)

Recognition Awards:

1983  Life Membership, Kiama~Shellharbour Camera Club; 1998  SSAPS  from the Australian Photographic Society for State Service (NSW); 2003  LAPS  from the Australian Photographic Society (via the Exhibition System); 2004  AAPS  from the Australian Photographic Society (via the Panel System); 2010  Life Membership, Wollongong Camera Club

Barry’s Wollongong Camera Club Record:

At Wollongong Camera Club Barry was a prolific competitor being awarded:

Slide of the Year Trophy 11 times; Slide Pointscore Trophy 3 time; EDI Pointscore 1; Colour Print of the Year 6 times; Pointscore 7 times; Monochrome Print of the Year 4 times; Pointscore 3 times.

Monthly Competitions: From the Club’s accessible records from 2002 to 2020. Barry last entered Club Monthly competitions in 2019. His Awards are: Slides:42, Edi/Digital: 57, Colour Prints: 97 and Monochrome Prints: 55  This is a reflection of Barry’s craftmanship and photographic awareness. It is quite an achievement by an individual member.

Barry is survived by his wife, Eunice, who is also a keen and competent photographer having also gained her LAPS and AAPS Photographic Honours, and his family. Barry’s prolific photographic endeavours have been achieved through self-belief, self-learning, having an eye for detail and very good creativity. Barry would also share his photographic craft with those who wanted to learn and develop their skills.

Barry will be sadly missed. A man and photographer with great insight.

Bruce Shaw, Life Member, Member since 1982, Public Officer.

by Bruce Shaw, October 10, 2022

Results for competitions in September 2022 Print

There were 26 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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He Is Flying
Vivienne Noble – Best In Section
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Lead Rider
Joe Cremona – Best In Section
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

catch and kick 2
Jim Ollis – Best In Section
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Catch Me If You Can
Michelle Hourigan – Best In Section
Print B Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

WATCH OUT
Colin Marshman – Merit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Kart Racing
Cheryl Thompson – Merit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Oh no you don’t
Matt Dawson – Merit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

The Finish Line
Helen Robinson – Merit
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

Too Close
Sue Martin – Merit
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

AFL weekend warriors
Sandra Chapman – Merit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Catching The Rebound
Michelle Hourigan – Merit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Soccer clash
Sue Curtis – Merit
Print B Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

Rough Ride
Dawne Harridge – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Uni Club Soccer
Sue Martin – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

The Triathlete
Joe Cremona – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Taking Lead
Tim Porteous – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Determination
Ann Lamb – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

SUPER STAR
Colin Marshman – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

Sportsmanship
Tim Porteous – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

Hockey Take Off
Cheryl Thompson – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

Dapto has the ball
Lynley Olsson – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Power turn.
Ross Bembrick – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Barrel racer digging deep
Sue Curtis – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject – Sports

Lets go boys
Lynley Olsson – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

Sweet spot of wave.
Ross Bembrick – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

LOOK NO HANDS
Wayne Fulcher – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Set Subject – Sports

by Tim Porteous, September 27, 2022

Results for competitions in September 2022 Digital

There were 16 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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Motocross Rider 76
Joe Cremona – Best In Section
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

TAKE THAT
Colin Marshman – Merit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

GO HARVEY GO
Wayne Fulcher – Merit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Spotting The Gap
Michelle Hourigan – Merit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

The boxer, a self-portrait
Joseph Baez – Merit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Netball Defence
Sue Curtis – Merit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

On Your Marks
Dawne Harridge – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Ocean Kayak Turn
Sue Martin – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Triathlon turmoil
Sandra Chapman – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Winners Are Grinners
Sue Shaw – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Afternoon Racing Sydney Harbour
Bruce Shaw – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Eyes On The Ball
Les Schumer – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Great Wave
Vivienne Noble – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

my ball
Jim Ollis – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

The Scrum
Tim Porteous – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

Kayak Competitor
Cheryl Thompson – Credit
Digital All Grade Set Subject – Sports

by Tim Porteous, September 27, 2022

Results for competitions in August 2022 Digital

There were 15 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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A Moment Of Stillness
Michelle Hourigan – Best In Section
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Into the waterfall
Sandra Chapman – Merit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Jindabyne Sunrise Tree
Greg Powell – Merit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Russell Falls
Andrew Gray – Merit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Girl with a gun
Kerry Gilmore – Merit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Santiago at Nightfall
Dawne Harridge – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Ta Pinu
Joe Cremona – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Bombo Quarry
Sue Curtis – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Lotus Bloom
Lynley Olsson – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Big Waves
Tim Hoevenagel – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Hibiscus
Ann Lamb – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Trying on a Hat
Sue Martin – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Deadly
Tim Porteous – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

3801 Under Steam at Thirlmere
Ross Bembrick – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

Baby Wombat Sleeping
Matt Dawson – Credit
Digital All Grade Any subject colour or monochrome

by Tim Porteous, August 23, 2022

Results for competitions in August 2022 Print

There were 20 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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Cosy
Dawne Harridge – Best In Section
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Boys Will Be Boys
Joe Cremona – Best In Section
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Team work – got my back
Sue Curtis – Best In Section
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Focused
Michelle Hourigan – Best In Section
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Braided Innocence
Cheryl Thompson – Merit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Heritage Train 3801
Helen Robinson – Merit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Misty Meetup
Cheryl Thompson – Merit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

In The Soft Light Of Sunset
Michelle Hourigan – Merit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Storm surge
Sandra Chapman – Merit
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Elephant Rock
Helen Robinson – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

A Winter Drive to Wandililong
Joe Cremona – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Wirraway Takeoff
Matt Dawson – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Lighthouse Enveloped in Waves
Sue Martin – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Angry Seas
Vivienne Noble – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

ROUGH SEA
Colin Marshman – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Duplication
Ian Ruddiman – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Stuck in the mud
Clara Soedarmo – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Big seas
Jim Ollis – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Looking for friends
Clara Soedarmo – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

OLD HOLDEN
Wayne Fulcher – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

by Tim Porteous, August 23, 2022

Results for competitions in August 2022 Print

There were 20 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in August 2022 Print

click here to see a pdf catalog of all competition results

Cosy
Dawne Harridge – Best In Section
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Boys Will Be Boys
Joe Cremona – Best In Section
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Team work – got my back
Sue Curtis – Best In Section
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Focused
Michelle Hourigan – Best In Section
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Braided Innocence
Cheryl Thompson – Merit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Heritage Train 3801
Helen Robinson – Merit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Misty Meetup
Cheryl Thompson – Merit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

In The Soft Light Of Sunset
Michelle Hourigan – Merit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Storm surge
Sandra Chapman – Merit
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Elephant Rock
Helen Robinson – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

A Winter Drive to Wandililong
Joe Cremona – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Wirraway Takeoff
Matt Dawson – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Any Subject

Lighthouse Enveloped in Waves
Sue Martin – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Angry Seas
Vivienne Noble – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

ROUGH SEA
Colin Marshman – Credit
Print A Grade Monochrome Any Subject

Duplication
Ian Ruddiman – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Stuck in the mud
Clara Soedarmo – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Big seas
Jim Ollis – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Any Subject

Looking for friends
Clara Soedarmo – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

OLD HOLDEN
Wayne Fulcher – Credit
Print B Grade Monochrome Any Subject

by Tim Porteous, August 23, 2022

Results for competitions in August 2022 Creative

There were 5 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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This Way or That
Sue Martin – Best In Section
Digital All Grades Any Subject – Creative

Can’t hide our waste
Sue Curtis – Merit
Digital All Grades Any Subject – Creative

Adventure at Ta Prohm
Ruth Brooks – Merit
Digital All Grades Any Subject – Creative

My Best Mask
Sue Martin – Merit
Digital All Grades Any Subject – Creative

Deepest Darkest Africa
Les Schumer – Credit
Digital All Grades Any Subject – Creative

by Les Schumer, August 16, 2022

Results for competitions in July 2022 Print

There were 18 entries that gained our highest award(s).

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Horses Head
Joe Cremona – Best In Section
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Rainforest
Vivienne Noble – Best In Section
Print A Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

Mist Rolling In At Sunrise
Michelle Hourigan – Best In Section
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Split Rock
Michelle Hourigan – Best In Section
Print B Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

Snow Gums in the Mist
Jill Bartlett – Merit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Hawk’s Nest Rocky foreshore
Brian Harvey – Merit
Print A Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

HIGH COUNTRY
Colin Marshman – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Minamurra Mini Falls
Sue Martin – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Nothing Left
Vivienne Noble – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Hooka Island Berkeley
Matt Dawson – Credit
Print A Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Acts of God and Man
Kaz Childs – Credit
Print A Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

All Alone
Ann Lamb – Credit
Print A Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

Cooma Countryside
Valerie Porter – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Caves forest
Clara Soedarmo – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Grovetts Leap Blackheath
Sue Curtis – Credit
Print B Grade Colour Set Subject Aust Landscape

Misty Morning
Valerie Porter – Credit
Print B Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

Lake Eucumbene recovery
Sue Curtis – Credit
Print B Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

CRADLE MOUNTAIN
Wayne Fulcher – Credit
Print B Grade Mono Set Subject Aust Landscape

by Tim Porteous, July 26, 2022