I was in Beechworth for a flying visit last week. There wasn’t much time to look around, but we stayed near the Cemetery and drove past the facade of the Ovens District Hospital. Photographs taken at these two locations form the gallery below. The Hospital was constructed in the years 1862-1864 and demolished in 1940.
Over the last eighteen months, I’ve made a subtle shift from Writer to Writer and Photographer. In my writing, I’ve always enjoyed rich imagery and metaphor. Much of my poetry is sparked from images that intrigue me and in prose, I try to make moments ‘visible’ to the reader. Continue reading “Photography: Finding My Style”