Lee and I took a run out to New Norcia yesterday and this is one of the images that caught my eye for the day.
Early morning moisture on a spider web, made for something different.
A walk into Thompson Bay yesterday brought about a unique opportunity to work with the cool clouds around and a couple of seagulls having a chin wag…kinda caught my eye!
Going back through some Kimberley Images taken on the PODAS True North trip and I found this one lurking.
What it typifies to me is the colours and textures of the Kimberley, together with the rugged terrain that is the Kimberley
On the way home from Rottnest last weekend, the Leeuwin was out on trials and sailing off into the sunset in full sail.
I love those old square riggers and they look so majestic when they are in full sail!
It looks like my ‘bright and blue theme’ is carrying on with some commercial work I have been asked to do!
My client wanted some blue sky structural images from around Perth, so this is one take on that subject matter!
On the way back from West Denmark yesterday, we took a little detour after seeing this awesome fog building up over the span bridge between East and West Denmark.
It made for some pretty cool black and whites I think and if you look close to the landscape version, you can see the wind turbines that are becoming all the rage over there behind the bridge!
I have been meaning to get out to UWA for a while now, as every time I drive past I could see that there was some amazing architecture to capture.
Well, I wasn’t disappointed at all and spent the good part of a couple of hours walking around and taking in the serenity.
I thought these 2 were screaming out for a bit of an arty treatment, so they got it!
Classic industrial scenes with a nice grungy treatment.
Another image from yesterday’s launch.
Now there are some serious wheels! 🙂