Hacking classes at the Bowral show are held out in a paddock, with no seating for spectators. Unless you bring your own seat, you’re on the ground – which can lead to some opportunities for interesting angles in your pictures.
Canberra’s Enlighten Festival lights up the public buildings of the city with projected artworks and bright patterns, but these children were more interested in playing in front of the giant spotlights set up to sweep across the sky.
Uluru is noted for the changing colours of the rock, depending on light and the time of day. Regardless of colour, the texture remains constant – rough and weathered.
People queued out the door for a chance see Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen at the National Folk Festival. I managed to sneak into backstage (courtesy of my photographers pass) and can attest that the long line was justified – they were incredible!
The roof of the Sydney Opera House is generally referred to as a series of shells, but I think they look as much like a dancer’s fan as a sea shell – or perhaps I’ve just been looking at too many pictures of Flamenco dancers!
You may have noticed that Journey Photographic has had a facelift – the first significant change of design since it started. Check it out and let me know what you think, especially if you find any issues with the new layout.
Been a while since I put up anything abstract-ish, so here’s another picture from the Seascape series.