I was not expecting to spend my Sunday in an emergency ward. One of the most painful experiences I have ever had but the staff at Royal Melbourne were able to get me through that and back on my feet so many thanks go to them.
Looked at Antti Karppinen
Listening to Gabrielle Aplin while doing very little but what the doctor ordered.
Somewhere in among the contents of my file cabinet is a postcard I bought in the 80’s with this caption
Just when I thought I had my problems on the run, they re-qrouped and are making a counter attack..
It describes my current predicament perfectly. You just hope something better is coming around that corner.
Listening to Hannah Grace
Woke up feeling like this piece of wood.
So I’m stuck in a maze, there is a Minotaur in here somewhere and I suspect it is tracking me down using the trail of string I left to find my way back out … At least that’s what it feels like.
Looked at Louie Palu An appropriate choice for Rememberance Day
Listening to Baby Animals getting the unplugged treatment on “Il Grande Silenzio”
Putting all my macro skills up to the challenge of seeing how close I can get. Having a flat surface like this leaf makes it a lot easier.
Getting as close to unhinged as I want to get… Little things winding me up tighter and tighter one after the other.
Looked at Daniel Mordzinski and Romina Ressia
Listening to Tash Sultana
You know how it goes… The kettle is boiling as the morning sun hits last night’s dirty dishes laying on the bench, then you see something like this.
Why is it that a shorter week means we have to cram a full week’s work into fewer days? While I’m in a questioning mood, why is it so hard to photograph a match head?
Looked at Daniel Norton
Listening to various covers of an 80’s classic because I like the variety of perspectives.
Although the original band has a real advantage…
And for those born after the original was released…
I didn’t have to do much apart from being in the right place at the right time and actively looking at my surroundings. These leaves are as I found them, my only choices were the composition and exposure. I was so caught up in the leaves that I failed to notice the bird shaped shadow until I looked at the image on a larger screen
Transitions are tough things to manage when it’s just you. The more people you add, the harder it gets. In my humble opinion t may be easier to juggle water.
Looked at an exhibition of work by Silvia Silletto called Exquisite ladder held at the Noir Darkroom in Coburg. After I left, I was reminded of this quote;
”Art is a conversation. And if there’s no conversation, what the hell is it about?”
I had a great conversation with Jessica, who is the driving force behind Noir Darkroom about analogue photography and the renewed interest in the medium.
Listening to a lot of game soundtracks lately as an alternative to the time sink that occurs when you get caught up in playing them…