Aldinga Drop-off

By all accounts it was one amazing day out on the ocean. Our first real day of summer and sea conditions that were nothing short of perfect. Our plan had always been to venture South to the incredible Aldinga Reef system and dive that infamous drop-off if conditions permitted. Not only did the conditions permit, […]

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Shadows of the Past

The remaining pylons of the old Port Willunga Jetty would have to be one of the most photographed iconic features of the greater Adelaide coastline. ‘Most photographed icon’ often translates into kitsch so I looked for a different perspective in those last rays of sunlight and found one. You’d never even know there was once […]

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Stony Dreams

Indistinct shapes move among indistinct forms. The large forms wobble, snap back; wobble, snap back; wobble, snap back. As if they are trying to escape some invisible force holding them in place. They have been trying a very, very long time. The smaller forms wobble, drift; wobble, drift; wobble, drift. The force that brings them […]

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Chronological Abstraction

At a glance I could easily imagine some old civic timepiece adorning the municipal building of some sleepy Austrian village, a little after 9am on a chilly but sunny winter morning. How easy it is to imagine seeing something completely different when presented with an inaccessible perspective. In this view, the Point Lowly Lighthouse, an […]

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