Made on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla
Scum in a rock pond. It is rather unusual.
Made whilst on a poodle walk whilst exploring the coastal rocks west of Depp's Beach:
This was in the open shade after the sun had dropped behind the cliffs.
Made on an afternoon poodlewalk:
Quartz and granite along the coast between Petrel Cove andKings beacon the southern Fleurieu Peninsula.
I was with Kayla and Maleko and it was late in the afternoon and it was difficult to access. I am not sure that I would be able to re-photograph it with a film camera on a tripod.
Made whilst on a poodle walk with Jason Blake.
My coastal photography is becoming darker.
A still life that I made early one morning whilst on a poodle walk with Ari and Kayla:
I spend a bit of time playing around with draping the seaweed over the the quartz and then photographing it.
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.
This fish skeleton was washed lying on the beach next to the Encounter Bay boat ramp, during the height of the recreational fishing in the summer holiday season in the early new year.
This happens each year.