We live in Melbourne’s West. About 10 kilometres from the city. We are fortunate to have a park at the end of our street, the park includes ovals for football and cricket, as well as a famous set of wheat silos. The silos have been featured in several TV ads for Insurance and the Womens… Continue reading My new obsession
As the weather and light here in Melbourne is putting on its best show I felt the need to wander up and down our street and make some pictures. Our street runs East/West. Which means the odd numbered houses all face North. Some of these houses are more interesting than to me than others. So… Continue reading All the odd numbered houses in my street that face North & seemed interesting; on Sunday.
I was fortunate to have some spare time this weekend, in between helping my friend Gary edit his photobook and unpacking the house as the renovations wind down. During some down time I showed him around my suburb, as he is from South Australia. The image above is a view that is going to be a regular place I visit.
During his stay we talked of many things and I took away plenty of food for thought. Things like; what are the driving factors behind modern curators choices in exhibiting photographic art? The importance of photographing your ‘place’ in the here and now. The rate and significance of urban change; amongst many other things.
With a substantial amount of time up my sleeve now during the summer school holidays here in Australia, I hope to publish more frequently. I am poking around in my digital archive looking for nuggets of which there are a few. Here’s one to kick things off. Digital allows this kind of imagery, for several reasons,… Continue reading Holidays & Archives