Russell McMahon

Russell McMahon

Lives in New Zealand (Aotearoa) Auckland, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Works as a Electronic designer / Consultant
Has a website at bit.ly/NZPhotos
Joined on Oct 27, 2005

Russell McMahon's recent activity

  • Barney - that's brilliant! One gets accustomed to internet stories speciously wrapped round 'interesting stuff'. You'll be aware of the Pearl Harbour "Found in a Box Brownie" photos that turned out...

  • @Onlooker - Yes. I'm aware of that.
    It would be useful if the other website made some comment on the photo collection's origin. (It may do so and I may have not been able to find the information)....

  • I'm confused but - http://www.barnabybritton.com/cold-war-berlin-in-color/

  • I'm not sure how these relate to these

    http://www.barnabybritton.com/cold-war-berlin-in-color/

  • Submitted a challenge entry Karla Caves, Lonavala, India
    Karla Caves - a complex of ancient Indian Buddhist rock-cut cave shrines located in Karli near Lonavala, Maharashtra. The oldest of the cave shrines is believed to date back to 160 BC*. The caves feature numerous exotic and erotic carvings, but I felt that the majesty of the ancient pillars and contrast of light and dark better portrayed the caves' nature. 
* Wikipedia intro.
    Placed 30th in the challenge. Karla Caves - a complex of ancient Indian Buddhist rock-cut cave shrines located in Karli near Lonavala, Maharashtra. The oldest of the cave shrines is believed to date back to 160 BC*. The caves feature numerous exotic and erotic carvings, but I felt that the majesty of the ancient pillars and contrast of light and dark better portrayed the caves' nature. * Wikipedia intro.
  • Submitted a challenge entry After the Volcano ...
    "Life goes on"  - A carpenter high on the slopes of Mt Merapi in central Java in Indonesia works amidst the ruins of houses destroyed by a wave of volcanic ash. He uses the blade from a plane as his cutting tool and the plane's body serves in place of a vice. Timber from ruined homes provide both a beam for his workbench and the adze hewn piece of timber that he is working on.
    Placed 21st in the challenge. "Life goes on" - A carpenter high on the slopes of Mt Merapi in central Java in Indonesia works amidst the ruins of houses destroyed by a wave of volcanic ash. He uses the blade from a plane as his cutting tool and the plane's body serves in place of a vice. Timber from ruined homes provide both a beam for his workbench and the adze hewn piece of timber that he is working on.
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