Lord Howe is a different world, but can’t escape
Winner – Bellingen Community Arts Council (BCAC) Members’ Art Prize for photography And for the second year running! I was fortunate to win with a very different photograph. It was taken on my way to the Botanic Gardens to take images of nature, my usual preoccupation. This is hardly street photography, the subject is still […]
I stand over the trickle of water and my imagination fails to see how such liquid material gouged out this epic gorge.
And it’s not just their visual beauty . . . the dawn chorus is awesome at this time of the year and probably good for you . .
Photographs from a remediated antimony mine Urunga, NSW
It was a humid night with rain forecast and at dusk the fireflies put on a spectacular show, many more than last year and a week earlier.
Finding an elephant in Hungry Head
The juvenile Sea Eagle, Black Cockies, Logrunners, Noisy Pittas, Scarlet Honeyeaters, Black-fronted Dotterela, Brolgas etc. etc. were too fast or too distant for my camera . . .
‘Light is a powerful substance. We have a primal connection to it.’ James Turrell
“Unfortunately I met mr. Turner at the Academy a night or two after I received this letter ; and he asked me if I had heard from Mr. Lennox. I was obliged to say ‘ yes.’ ‘ Well, and how does he like the picture?’ ‘He thinks it indistinct.’ ‘ You should tell him,’ he replied, ‘ that indistinctness is my forte.’