framed 50.5cm x 60.5cm | image 28cm x 35cm | 1 of ed10 | $900
framed 74.5cm x 61.5cm | image 40cm x 50cm | 2 of ed10 | $1650
I have been waiting for some time now to make this photograph at Turner Street Jetty at Seine Bay Augusta. However, every time I visited things were never quite in my favour.
Wilderness Ocean Walk near Denmark offers some stunning coastal views.
Canning River Regional Park: 28 large format black and white photographs from the Dissociation Exhibition.
Bull Creek tree ferns is an image I am yet to print. It was made in 1988 on a friend’s property at Bull Creek, in the Cradle Mountain Valley, Tasmania. We had spent a wet day hiking through myrtle forest and tree ferns on the slopes above Lake Cethana locating the old survey pegs.
Dissociation photographic exhibition is an ongoing project documenting landscape elements within the Canning River environment. The exhibited photographs are hand printed by the author in his traditional wet darkroom, from medium and large format black and white film negatives.
framed 50.5cm x 60.5cm | image 28cm x 35cm | 2 of ed10 | $990
Printed this morning in my darkroom, I made this image last weekend just after some recent rain. It was rather impromptu in one sense. I had been out walking the dog and noticed the late afternoon light at the weir. When I returned home I grabbed by 2 1/4 square camera and went back to the river in the fading winter light.
I am delighted to have several images and a short essay published in this month’s Looking Glass Magazine. That two of those images were made literally down the street from where I live in suburban Perth is even more satisfying!