Close to where I had camped, I hiked a bush track through karri forest with glimpses of the inlet
Returning to my camp the clouds had advanced swiftly across the sky although there was not a breeze at ground level. The inlet's surface became a mirror in which the clouds were reflected. 20x24in Matted & Framed – Signed -Perth Pickup Only - $600
I relish quiet moments. My eyes scan the landscape. It is almost an unconscious process and unhurried. There is no immediate purpose in my mind. Thoughts float in and out without judgement as I absorb the visual information in front of me. After a while I become more conscious of my eyes being drawn repeatedly back to a particular area.
One of the more unusual locations where you find a small section of beach and karri forest up to the water’s edge.
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