Photographs Margaret River Dunsborough Yallingup Augusta
Photographs Margaret River Dunsborough Yallingup Augusta regions adjacent to the spectacular Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park. Alex Bond has been publishing the award winning Leeuwin Naturaliste Series of postcards since 1989.
In 2017 Bond will release a new book 25 years of South West Postcards. It gives the background story to how Bond set about with just one camera and one lens to create a set of publications that would last over a quarter of a century. During that period he created dozens of popular landscape photographs Margaret River Dunsborough Yallingup Augusta regions.
Paperbarks Margaret River Wallcliffe Western Australia
Paperbarks Margaret River, hand printed 16×20 inch silver gelatin Paperbarks Margaret River this wonderful stand of old paperbarks are located Read more.
Karri forest Margaret River Boranup Australia
Karri forest Margaret River Karri forest Margaret River with coral vine and purple hovea wildflowers at Boranup just south of Read more.
Sandy Cove Cape Leeuwin Augusta Velvia 4×5 Tetenal
A one shot processing technique for 4x5 velvia using tetenal E6 and optimal film chemistry capacity Read more.
Velvia 4×5 tetenal E6 3 bath
Velvia 4×5 tetenal E6 3 bath process, an alternative to sending your chromes to the lab. This past week I have Read more.
Clematis flower Old Man’s Beard
Clematis flower Old Man’s Beard. Yes it’s an odd name, but old man’s beard is a common name to describe Read more.
North Point Cowaramup Bay Last wave of the day
North Point Cowaramup Bay is where I had been exploring the coast for new images over the past few days. Read more.
Margaret River in winter flood flowing through tea tree forest Australia
The real Margaret River (not the label on the bottle) Read more.
Coastal heath Rock Thryptomene Margaret River Region
Detail of Rock Thryptomene, Margaret River region. The relationships and spaces formed between the living and the inanimate often create Read more.
"I go for long walks in the bush or along the coast with my wooden field camera, a few sheets of film, a tripod and sometimes a tent and food. I like to take my time to absorb the environment, to rediscover and to reconnect.My direct involvement with the materials and technique for making an expressive photographic print is of importance to me, so I continue to develop my own films and hand print all my black and white silver gelatin prints in my darkroom."more...