Ant nest in bushland. Arty ants build a nest beneath a fallen branch. Sculpture by nature.
Seaweed patterns.. Photographed on a day trip to Lorne, on the Great Ocean Road, with my friends and my macro lens.
Winter in 2015 was quite dry, and the Swamp Wallaby was often seen near the house - which is when I took this photograph. It's actually eating the native plants in the garden, after drinking from the water feature. Thankfully, this Winter has been much wetter, with lots of food for wallabies in the bush. [...]
A shadow is misshapen reality. Elongated or shortened by the angle of the sun, familiar objects appear distorted, muted, hidden. As the sun shifts, so does the shadow, and we see the world anew. Perhaps the colours are brighter than we remember or, lit from a different angle, we see the cracks that had escaped our attention. [...]
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. While I have always taken photographs, [...]