Lake Paramatta is an artifical lake formed by a 15m high dam that was originally built in 1855-56 to provide fresh drinking water to the growing centre of Parramatta in western Sydney. It is now a recreational reserve.
I thought the contrast between the water weeping through the dam wall on the left hand side and the angled shadow on the right made an interesting composition.
Camera: Linhof Super Technika IV
Lens: 150mm f5.6 Schneider-Kreuznach Apo-Symmar
Exposure: 1s @ f16
Film: Agfa APX100 (EI 64 ASA)
Development: 10 mins in Rodinal 1:50
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