Drumming and Dancing, Canberra, Australia
One of the reasons I love photographing buskers and street performers is the audience reactions, or in this case, participation. This drumming group was entertaining the crowd at the National Multicultural Festival, when a lady in the audience decided to kick off her shoes and dance, much to the delight of both the drummers and the audience.
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Ghost Gum, Central Australia
Two of the most striking features of Central Australia are the distinctive ghost gums, and the ever-present red rocks. Impressive on their own, they are stunning together, and create a picture I defy any photographer to walk past.
Riding into the Sky, Bowral, New South Wales
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.
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Children, Enlighten Festival, Canberra, Australia
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.
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Red Rock and Tree, Uluru, Central Australia
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.
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