This image was taken at the end of the driveway on my 10 acre property overlooking the adjacent farm. The horizon is a constant source of change and dare I say it…inspirational. What’s more, the cloudscapes are magical.
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Here is one of my photos which was taken at a bus stop outside of Melbourne, Australia and it definitely gives an unusual point of view about where one is going – I think. The idea that one is waiting and another is also arriving is a very strange point of view.
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This is my entry into the 12″ by 12″ exhibition at Art is…Gallery in Geelong. This photograph was taken off the coast of France and I have tried to juxtapose the idea of an aircraft floating to its destination, and yachts representing someone’s home – all floating.
The exhibition open this Friday 6:00pm and runs through to the 26th of September 2013, so if you’re in the area drop in 🙂
My response to this week’s photo challenge was taken near Melbourne Airport and the image captures the juxtaposition of a car and an aeroplane both heading to where they need to be. The idea was to capture where the airport meets the road…what could be more fleeting than that ???
© strobedriver 2013
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Here are a couple of aviation-centric ‘up’ photos I took whilst on a recent trip to Italy…
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I was impressed by the ‘coldness’ of these images and I thought they had a lifelessness to them. The starkness and emptiness is what I strived for in architectural photography
These photos were shot in Italy recently, and I wanted to capture the way the manufactured lines in the cityscape all intersected at the final destination: the railway station.
Here are some architectural images from a recent trip to Italy, some of which have an overlay of shadows, and that represent the deep colours of Italy and the vibrant symmetry of what squares and oblongs can offer…my trip was due to my partner being invited to exhibit in Florence and we ended up staying for 5 weeks. Photo heaven!!!!
Here are some images that I shot this evening….there is a (small) mountain close by which offers a micro climate of clouds and other climate ‘symptoms’…
Here are a few photos – after an hiatus – of what I love to shoot, which is essentially anything while ‘looking up.’