Monday, 8 December 2014

Manly By The Sea

The orthodox shots from our mid week sojourn.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Imagined, The Hood In Infrared

Following on from the runaway  success of the previous post, some more infrared, with new film!
'Not Exactly' was shot with a now unavailable IR film some ten years old, so change was inevitable.

Monday, 25 August 2014

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Saumarez, Armidale

You know the story, land grant, kill all the natives, hard work. By the third owner a mansion was built...

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Stonehenge In Pyrmont

At a secret location

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Destroy Destroy

Notwithstanding the works of lauded architect Philip Cox being demolished, our former premier Barry O'Farrell decided to replace them with big glass boxes, I don't see this as a step forward in beautifying or sitting with present architecture in Darling Harbour. Well BO'F is now history, his name besmirched by corruption, but his legacy we have to live with. The old story of rogue property development.

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Always a good photographic subject, this visit we chanced upon some giant disco ball, probably courtesy of the biennale.

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In The Hood

Home turf Glebe, love it or hate it, with fifty percent of the suburb welfare housing, it certainly keeps the yuppies out. So below we have my front garden, Derwent Street, one of the most beautiful streets in Glebe, big trees, unique houses, all of it welfare housing. which would be fine it they weren't so trashed and left to deteriorate? Lastly, a brick wall, yeah.

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Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Charles Perkins Precinct

Blurring the boundary between Sydney Uni and RPA, this new precinct is beautiful...iPhoned.
Or maybe I should have called this, blue shadows.