These photos were taken in 2015, shortly after the bushfires had hit. I remember thinking it was fascinating finding small signs of life amidst such devastation.
It was a cloudy day. I had offered to watch Seth for an afternoon so we decided to go to Serendip. The theory was that it was waterbug season and the ponding site could keep him distracted for hours. Alas, there wasn’t any waterbugs! I don’t know why… but it meant we had a couple hours […]
It was late October. The scarlet honeyeaters were showing up in regions where they had never been seen before. Initially, people were getting excited because they were showing up close to Melbourne. Then there were sightings in Ballarat. Then Geelong. It was hard for me to get excited about such sightings. I was still getting used […]
Part of my artistic journey at Apollo Bay was to experiment with the Lenka app for black and white photography. I’m quite fond of this app… however you can’t zoom in. Additionally, it wasn’t always the best conditions to have the DSLR out. The photos are pretty good considering all the limitations. They are definitely […]
In the past, I’ve written about how hard it can be for me to relax with photograph and just be creative for the sake of creativity. One of the goals of this trip was to try to reconnect with the artistic side of my brain. Of course, the analytic side thought that I should do […]