An ongoing project to document a seemingly unchanging Australian rural landscape. Somewhere between Hay and Griffith, New South Wales.
Using a single oddly-shaped tree and their distant neighbour, i want to explore the use of different film stocks on the same image across an entire calendar year,
but with roughly a year between each image. Next goal; May 2019 using Fomapan 100
Purple Sunset - August 2018
A sunshower at sunset near Griffith, New South Wales produced a magical purplish hue in the sky which was beautifully captured by some Fuji 200 35mm.
A Drought - August 2018
A trip from Hay to Griffith in Southern Central New South Wales during August of 2018 reveals the devastation caused by the drought.
The unique and strange grain structure and tonal range of the wonderful Foma Retropan 320ASA 35mm adds to the bleakness of the scenes.
Dry Creek Bed - August 2018
A dry creek i spotted from the road, which has obviously been the subject of a semi-recent flood, before the heavy drought now facing the region. Walbundrie, New South Wales.
Ilford Delta 400 & Fomapan 200 35mm
Cotton Bales - August 2018
Bright yellow cotton bales catch the setting sunlight and line the horizon on the outskirts of Griffith, New South Wales, as a looming storm approaches overhead.
Agfa CT Presia 100 & Fuji 200 35mm
douglas park bridge - may 2018
The brilliant yellow setting sun contrasts beautifully against the intense blue sky underneath the Hume Motorway in Southern Sydney.
Kodak Gold 400 35mm & some damaged Fomapan 100 120
broughtons Pass weir - May 2018
Long exposures captured some magic evening colours and haunting light from the Broughtons Pass Weir near Appin in Southern Sydney.
Kodak Portra 800 & Kodak Gold 400 35mm