This abstract of the front of a truck was made at American River, Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
Redbank, American River
This was made whilst on a holiday at American River in Kangaroo Island.
A double exposure. I don’t experiment very often with film like this. Film is too expensive these days.
We were on our way to Melbourne via Penola on the Riddoch Highway or the A66. This photo of a wetland was made through the window of the car. It was raining.
I was flying to Melbourne on my way to Tasmania on a photo trip. I had purposely left my digital camera behind. I took this snap on the 6am flight, just after leaving Adelaide.
We stayed a few days at Tunbridge, on our way to Queenstown where I was to do some photography of the old Mt Lyell copper mines.
A quick trip to Melbourne for a few days. A quick photoshoot of the South-Eastern freeway.
The house that we stayed at in Mollymook for Jyl’s 60th birthday celebration had a swimming pool. Nobody swam in it, but I took lots of photos.
This was made in Ararat when we were on our way back to Adelaide from Ballarat after seeing the Ballarat International Foto Biennale 13. We had stopped off at the super sized roadhouse to walk the standard poodles.
We were driving to Melbourne from Adelaide. The photo was taken through a car window just after leaving Casterton in Victoria. We were making our way to Port Fairy for lunch. I was experimenting with representing landscapes from the perspective of travelling in a car.