I suppose there are now several generations of Australians who won’t know what a Sunshine Harvester was and there would be very few people left who saw one working.
They lay abandoned on farms rusting away, except for the seats, which were repurposed as they are surprisingly comfortable in spite of being metal.
Don’t let rain put you off making images. Get out there between downpours and see the difference it makes when things are wet.
It’s a struggle this week but days are getting longer and sheer bloody-mindedness will push me through to the weekend.
Looking at Willis Bretz series “Veterans”
Listening to Ólafur Arnalds
I have one goal this week and that’s to get to the Vincent Van Gogh exhibition at NGV before it closes. I think of it as a reward for getting all my gear cleaned and organised.
Some moody lighting in these portraits by Chris Knight
Still going through my old CD’s and currently listening to some 90’s acid jazz curtesy of Directions In Groove
Cleaning my camera gear is done. I thought I should do an inventory and see if I need to up my insurance so that’s next. All that’s left is to get better storage.
Dug out some old CD’s to listen to while I was cleaning. I had forgotten about Incubus. Sometimes it’s good to come back to something after a break.
It has been a week of tidying rather than looking but to stay motivated I have been watching these videos while I work. Bringing something back that looks beyond help with some old fashioned elbow grease is inspiring.
I have followed Jun for some time, and he has serious cooking skill. Worth subscribing if you like Japanese food!
A sunny Winter’s day yet parts of me still feel cold. At least they feel something….
Looking at Sean Tucker this week
Listening to Rodrigo y Gabriela to warm up.