Berlin

October 26th, 2010

A series of photographs shot in Berlin during a weekend in October 2009 using the Leica M8.2 and the summilix 35/1.4 ASPH. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

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Vietnam

October 26th, 2010

A series of photographs shot in Vietnam during October 2008. Some of these became part of Minotaur (see the full Minotaur version here) and were also the springboard for me working with colour. All images were shot with the Ricoh GRD II. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

Confessional, The Minotaur Series, 2008.

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Confessional, The Minotaur Series, 2008.

Hanoi

October 26th, 2010

A series of photographs shot in Hanoi, Vietnam,  November 2007 using a Hasselblad Xpan, a standard 45/4 lens and Ilford Delta 400 film. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

Old Hanoi

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A strong sense of natural order and harmony (yin and yang) resonates from the Pagodas and their surrounding gardens, providing perfect conditions for medative thought and the cultivation of chi. Bach Ma temple, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Maroc

October 25th, 2010

Morocco, March 2010, using the Leica M8.2 and 35/2.0 v4 Summicron. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

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Opening Shadows

October 25th, 2010

A series of colour works that were initially seen as a prelude to A L P H A V I L L E.  These images were shot with Leica M8.2, Sigma DP1 and Ricoh GRD II cameras. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

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Between Two Worlds

October 25th, 2010

Between Two Worlds is a long term project that began in 2001 and explores the relationship between human faith and reverence in South East Asia’s Buddhist culture, temple architecture and places of worship. The locations are Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam and also includes the gompa temples of Ladakh, Northern India. The images were made with Leica M, Fuji GS 690 III, Mamiya’s 6 & 7, Plaubel Makina 670 and Hasselblad Xpan cameras. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

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Dickensian (Charles Dickens)

October 25th, 2010

A series of photographs made for a recent edition of novels by Charles Dickens published by Vintage Classics. The images were made with Leica MP, Ricoh GRD II and Sigma DP1 cameras. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

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Wilderness (1999-2001)

October 25th, 2010

The Wilderness Series: 1999-2001 is a collection of photographs shot in Australia and the USA depicting desolate empty spaces and wilderness, bereft of human habitation. The images were made with Mamiya 7 and Plaubel Makina 670 rangefinder cameras. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

Pyramid Lake, Nevada

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Pyramid Lake , Nevada, USA.

Attracting to Emptiness (1997-1999)

October 25th, 2010

The Attracting to Emptiness Series: 1997-1999 is a collection of photographs shot in Tuscany and Le Marche, Italy. The series explores the transient beauty found in abandoned buildings evoking a sense of private, personal loss and memory. The images were made with Leica M and Plaubel Makina 670 rangefinder cameras. © Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.

House of Rooms, Le Marche, Italy, 1997.

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House of Rooms, Le Marche, Italy, 1997.

Pixies Minotaur Limited Edition Box Set (unpacked)

October 25th, 2010
Pixies Minotaur Limited Edition Box Set is a series of photographs that illustrate the actual contents of the Limited Edition box set. You can buy the box set from here.
Snap Galleries are the only authorised worldwide gallery to sell signed, limited edition archival prints from my Pixies Archive. Please view the full collection here. These images were shot using Leica Mp and M8.2, Ricoh GRD II and Sigma DP1 cameras.
© Simon Larbalestier All Rights Reserved.
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