Photographs inside a quarter of a million saccades a day

Finding an elephant in Hungry Head

Easter Sunday, Resurrections Pt 2

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 . . .

Easter Sunday, Resurrections Pt 1

‘Light is a powerful substance. We have a primal connection to it.’ James Turrell

Turner, A Sunday at Valla

“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.’


Rembrandt has lost all his money, two circles begin the background, and he is staring at you the viewer, not intently but seriously. It’s as if he knows this painting has all the time in the world.

Eos out West

Eos out West Oakhampton Sheep Station  

Eos out west, the Woolshed

Photographs: You still have to wait for the light to come to you, but there are ghosts.

Images of Eos

Keats accused Wordsworth of regressing into ‘the egotistical sublime’.

Early morning, Jagun

My camera is at the menders – Our best tools, like the axe, are not subject to memory difficulties . . .

Spring is sprung – videoing the Bellinger River

On the way back from  the Promised Land we saw a Greater Glider road kill and moments later a Brown Goshawk flying overhead . . .