Childhood, such a precious time in our lives that shapes us for our future. Toys and memories of the childhood home will be with us for the rest of our lives. And my exhibition in the Fringe Program of the Ballarat Foto Biennale explores the memories of the family home. My Old Friends will be […]
Taken today whilst I was wondering around Ballarat – my old home town and its beautiful Gold Rush Train Station….
It has been a while since I have posted, so I thought I should. Been busy organising a number of exhibitions over the coming months starting with Looking and Seeing in Mad Gallery, Lancefield starting on 16th June 2017.
We rush around and time seems to slip away so quickly – before we know another day, another year is gone. Perhaps, we all need to slow down quickly?
Taken as I was driving into the local country town to do the regular weekly shopping. I do love how the sky seems so forbidding and the local pub just seems to pop out of the darkness.
The knitting – Mum’s favourite past time until she could no longer see the stitches, left as it was when she moved into Care.
Taken today, the window in the tool closet in our family farm house. It was taken at midday as the light managed to stream into the room but was softened by the eaves.
Last week, when I was at the NGV, I noticed this young lady sitting alone amongst the crowd, ignoring those around her just so should read her book.
Today whilst I was visiting the Festival of Photography that is currently on at the National Gallery of Victoria, I noticed this girl sitting alone in the busy foyer…. By the way, the exhibition was fantastic and a must see for anyone that is currently in Melbourne.
When you need to do the laundry early in the morning before work, the local coin laundry will always be there. Shining like a beacon in the night.