Day 14. Tasmania.
A quintessentially Tasmanian image. Bold colours; simple colours. Trees, grass, clouds, and so much sky. Natural and constructed, wrapped around each other with an easy unconsciousness. And it’s all within 10 minutes of a decent sized town. So much to miss when I’m no longer here. And because it’s so easy to find, and so much everywhere here, does that mean I won’t even notice that it’s gone? We’ll see; soon.
Day 352. Because sometimes in the chaos, if you look at the movement and the noise for long enough, you see the pattern, and the stillness… be still.
Day 345. Guide Falls – always an interesting place, with the hexagonal rocks and the various farm and forest detritus that flows down the river…
Day 62… we’ve had so much colour on here lately! Greens, blues, even some yellow a few days ago! That’s more than enough of that… back to the monochromatic I say!
[I have been keeping an eye on this tree for some time… I like it. I’ve tried shots of it before, but it’s just never quite been how I see it in my head. This is the closest so far. The R72 filter really helped – and for the first time in a long time, there’s some photoshoppery on this one too… a couple of texture overlays, or underlays I suppose, to give it a little extra something. Your thoughts? Successful, or too much? Or not enough? OM-D, Panasonic Leica 25mm f/1.4. Handheld infrared shot, lightly toned in Lightroom. Incidentally, this is my favourite since Day 57, and both are infrared shots… coincidence? Maybe…]