Spent the afternoon wandering around Belair National Park’s Playford Lake and Lorikeet Walk. Found some interesting shapes and opportunities again!
As I wrote last time I did this, while dangerous, steelwool photography burning is fun. A still dark night, a safe open space (we had a damp oval after rain) a whisk on a role to spin the burning steelwool and a 9V battery to get it burning … with camera on tripod and willing… Continue reading More Steelwool Burning
Once again I was drawn to the interesting abstract shapes in and around Port Adelaide. There is something special about creating a picture that cannot be identified, or is at least obscure or a different view of something to that usually seen! The Port offers a range of interesting old world, modern and natural sources… Continue reading Abstract in Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide is on of the first colonised areas in South Australia. As such it presents with a number of old buildings and historic (well relative in colonisation terms ‘historic’) sites. Great photo ops!!
Gorgeous autumn day in Adelaide – captured some late blooms!!
Sunrise Friday morning gave me an opportunity to hunt for abstract images and shapes in glorious warm light. Woomera presents with interesting opportunities!
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.
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… Continue reading Rural South Australia
After the beautiful morning light on Largs Bay Beach I headed off for a walk. On the way back the sun broke through the clouds and lit the rippled sand quite impressively.
The morning light on Largs Beach was SO special – the water was still and the low tide left perfect puddles for cloud reflections – photographer’s bliss!!