We live in an age where photography not only captures the landscape but in places BECOMES the landscape, as in this view of sunbathers by the pool of the Millennium Building above the famous Coke billboards in Kings Cross. The title 'Exposure' refers to the unparalleled visibility of the Coke signs, the sunbathers (reminiscent of paintings by the late Geoffry Smart) and of course the word's photographic meaning.
Gindjala, or Goose Camp, is one of the most spectacular bird-viewing sites in Kakadu National Park. Patsy Raichiwanga Raglar has spent her life on country hunting and gathering her food. Here, Patsy is overseeing preparations for cooking duck, geese, a long necked turtle and buffalo in a ground oven as the sun sets over the wetland behind her.
There is haunting purity in Gurrumul’s voice and nothing on Earth like it. There was an ease, and calm, vulnerability, truth and fortitude that I learned from taking Gurrumul’s picture. It’s something I have never experienced before and which I am very grateful for.
From a project #instahands; when we are not doing anything with hands: not working, not playing, just thinking, or waiting for something etc. In these situations hands seems a self-living organism and reveal a lot about us!
We are all connected to ties of ancestral blood, which contribute to the essence of being and to our individual identities. But what happens when we are faced with differing cultures? Aboriginal in blood, but European in appearance - the legacy of the Stolen Generation has not escaped this growing 'white indigenous' community, leaving many caught between two worlds.
On Saturdays the local scout hall in Jericho is full of people learning Kenpo Karate. The classes are very popular because it is so dangerous to walk around Nairobi, especially at night. After the main class, a group of guys always head back to Tony's gym to pump some more ....concrete.
Bois de Boulogne is a public park located just on the outskirts of Paris and alongside the affluent and prestigious 16th arrondissement. During the day, the park is a hive of activity; bike riders, bush walkers, joggers and bird watchers. During the night, the park comes alive with a different kind of ‘wildlife’ the Parisians call ‘les creatures’
“We fled Syria across the border into Jordan and could only carry this suitcase with a few clothes and food for the baby. It was cold and dangerous, I cannot explain how awful it’s been for the children” Zeena, 26 and her family struggle to survive in Amman after fleeing Homs following the destruction of their house and bakery.
"Life and Death was capture soon after a major bush fire hit the surrounding areas of Lennox Head in Late December 2013 .
The tall Gums and charred Banksia's create an interesting composition.
I captured the image with my DJI s800 Hexacopter and 5 D Mark 3 ."