This abstraction of the bark of a eucalyptus tree was made whilst we were on the way to the beach at Encounter Bay in Victor Harbor:
The bark is in the reserve opposite Encounter Studio. We have planted most of the trees in the reserve over the years.
I scoped this just before the stormy weather from the south west swept in:
I tried to get back to the site for most of the week, but the high tide, and the large wave surges prevented access. It was too dangerous. I finally managed to reshoot it with a medium format camera this morning.
Maybe a 5x4 reshoot in black and white next?
This was made on one of the last poodle walks with Ari along Jetty Rd, which runs along the side of Rosetta Head to a jetty at the northern foot of Rosetta Head.
It was raining at the time and I have been meaning to returning to reshoot it with my film cameras. But there has been no rain since.
I continue to plug away on the coastal abstractions whilst I am on my morning and evening poodle walks.
Plug away because I am not sure what I am going to do with this body of work.
A quartz abstraction made whilst on a poodlewalk along the coastal rocks west of Rosetta Head:
The location is a set of on the western edge of Dep's Beach.