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December 4, 2012


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Back in October we headed to Barbados for a little RnR. For me nothing beats putting a geographical distance between yourself and worries to give you a fresh perspective. Barbados is tiny, it’s about a third of the size of London and there isn’t a hell of a lot to do which is probably who it’s stupidly chilled but we did drink lots of Rum, lots of Banks, sail on a catamaran, see wild monkeys, swim with sea turtles, spend a lot of time on public buses and explore caves.
We had an amazing time, most of the pictures of us, we look rather big faced and sweaty – it was so humid – so you’ll have to forgive us that!
I wanted to leave the big digital kit behind, so I took just my Pentax 645, one lens and lots of rolls of Portra. These images were shot on Portra 400, 800 and Ektar 100.

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