When these rides first started gteitng announced, I thought they might be a bit boring and might not offer a drastically different experience from B&M’s other looping coasters. Having had a chance to ride The Swarm at Thorpe Park last month, though, I was very pleasantly surprised. The winged seats really do make it a unique experience, and I loved the restraints. They make a huge difference. Hopefully I’ll get the chance to ride Wild Eagle or X-Flight at some point.
done two heart garlands for Valentine’s Day, a set of Valentine’s Day cards, my 2012 album, the gold and cork tin cans and now, a paint-by-numbers inipersd portrait of
The thumb shot is simply one crazy, funny fella mucking about during the shoot. I was a lucky member of the invite list. A superb wedding and as you all can see, amazing photos to capture it.
Love the chandelier and hill hoist! Blog love from Canberra!
Your lighting shots are brilliant
second and last image FTW.
I love the light’s effect on the two dancers.
i LOVE your style! i cant help but use you as inspiration. thanks for being awesome
That’s pretty funny! I’m sure there’s a good story behind the thumb thing.
What’s the story behind the thumb shot?
Fancy stuff there.
again WOW i love 1. picture, great ;)
wicked. awesome. me likey.
Did he cut his thumb? A great portrait.
A sense of humour, a shed, a hills hoist and that beautiful light. A whole lot of Australia wrapped up in one awesome photo series.
Who ever though that an old Hills Hoist Clothes Line could be so rad huh? :P
Beautiful photos as usual. That first photo is classic! Love the first dance and reception shots. Great work Jonas.
The chandelier on the clothesline. Gold. Your idea? Some great captures Jonas, very, very classy…
a master of all you do too.
That first image is a mindbender. Love the party shot… You are a master of those.