From late spring in 2017:
This was made on a poodlewalk amongst the granite rocks west of Dep's Beach.
This picture was made on an early morning poodlewalk with Kayla:
It is an abstraction of granite rocks near Petrel Cove on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula.
This is an abstract I made whilst I was wander around the foreshore of the Baudin Conservation Park on Kangaroo Island:
I was filling in time whilst I was waiting for the ferry to take me to Cape Jervis.
Along Jetty Road in Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor:
Dead leaves of a wild cacti plant growing on the side of the road. The picture was made whilst I was on a poodlewalk in May 2018 with Ari. It was on one of his last walks.
A building site along Franklin Parade, Encounter Bay:
The picture was made whilst on a poodlewalk with Kayla.
Made on a poodlewalk with Kayla inbetween the stormy winter conditions-namely, rain, gusty cold winds and high tides
This is an image that could look okay re-photographed with 5x4 b+w film sheet film. I will have to wait for a low tide though.
The abstraction below was made early one morning whilst I walking amongst the coastal rocks with Kayla. The bitterly cold winds had dropped, the seas had become much calmer, and the broken cloud cover promised some early morning sunshine. It was a good morning for walking along the coast.
These moments inbetween the storm conditions of winter allowed Kayla and myself to leisurely wander amongst the rocks on an early morning poodlewalk.