My wife and son are away visiting Mémé during the school holiday, and I have a weekend to myself. Autumn is here, and I wander out into the garden, with the intention of tidying up and catching up with odd
I attended an exhibition this week by Song Dong, as part of the Sydney Festival 2013:- From his family home in Beijing, to the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Waste Not is a transformative installation
I am finding my eye is drawn more and more towards black and white for landscapes, particularly when the rolling hills and mist are composed of such subtle tones. Click for a larger photo.
I woke early on Sunday morning. It was still dark, and I took the short drive up to Katoomba, and Echo Point, to see the sun rise above the Three Sisters. It was a magical experience. Echo Point can get
The small size and weight of the FujiFilm X-system continues to change the nature of my photography. My XE-1 is always in my work bag now, affording me previously missed opportunities. The Jacaranda tree stands out with its beautiful pastel
Seen on my walk between work and Redfern station, Sydney. Taken with Fujifilm X-E1 + XF35mmF1.4 R.