I’m excited to announce that Coastal Strip, my animated lockdown cycling map, has been acquired by the Museum of Art and Culture and will become part of the permanent Lake Macquarie cultural collection.
Got up at 5 am on Tuesday to try out my new streaky cloud technique on Redhead Beach. Heavy clouds with light shining through as the sun rose, but they were moving too slowly to make effective streaks so I resorted to just capturing the beauty of the scene. The image with the light reflecting from the sand is reminiscent of some of the marvellous images of Murray Fredericks and if you didn’t see his Salt exhibit at Lake Macquarie Gallery then you should, its on again soon in Sydney – details and an image gallery here.
Darn those waves, wet shoes again.
A night camping in the remote centre of the Snowy Mountain National Park. The road in is described as one of the most precarious in Victoria; a fair assessment! The campsite was at McKillops Bridge, which is a great spot and I shared it with only 2 other campers.
A chance to practice my newly gained streaky cloud skill at sunset:
Lots of interesting potholes in the riverbed.