Tag Archives: landscapes

Banrock Wetlands and journey home

Today we walked the 8km track around the Banrock Station wetlands.  Banrock makes lovely wines, and even more importantly, contributed to the ecology of the River Murray through the management of a magnificent wetland. Just a few of the highlights from the day … the walk and the drive home through the ‘golden hour’.

Aessessment time again!

My last series called “Seeing” had a number of great images that highlighted something in the foreground of an image, rather than the background.  My favourite from that series was the post at Ayres Rock (Uluru – in the set again). In this series I have extended that idea. I selected a number of  Adelaide […]

In and around Woomera

485km from Adelaide, Woomera is an interesting country town.  Having been an American rocket launch base, it has interesting traditions and fascinating images. Thursday night dusk and Friday morning sunrise presented beautiful light and interesting opportunities.

Rural South Australia

This week I travelled  485 kilometres from Adelaide to Woomera to run a workshop with almost 200 teachers.  Fabulous workshop – great teachers.  Brilliant photography!  The trip was punctured by photo stops. Given the international interest in my Facebook page, I thought this range of rural SA images would be of interest – an alien […]