Made on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla
Scum in a rock pond. It is rather unusual.
This was made on an early morning poodlewalk with Ari and Kayla along Depp's Beach.
It is not often that I see this kind of seaweed on the beach.
This scoping study was made whilst I was on a poodle walk with Kayla and Maleko on the last day of August:
We were walking along the coastal rocks making our way back to Petrel Cove where the Forester had been parked.
Another granite study
This is part of the Fleurieuscapes project
Made whilst on a poodle walk with Jason Blake.
My coastal photography is becoming darker.
Made whilst on an afternoon poodle walk over the long week end:
It was low tide so I was able to venture further out onto the reef.
The hot dry weather has meant that the salt ponds scattered along the coastline of the southern Fleurieu Peninsula have returned. They are very ephemeral. Here today, gone tomorrow is their mode of existence.
They are also difficult to photograph. It is very opportunistic.
I have been wondering what to do with the body of Littoral Zone images that I am continually photographing with a digital camera whilst I am on my morning and evening poodle walks.
I have pretty much given up the idea of scoping and then going back to reshoot them with my film cameras , which is what I used to. There is just too many digital images now. As a result the digital images keep on building up in the iMac's hard drive.
I don't have a project with this body of work. Just a lot of images that I am unsure what to do with.