A Selection of Recent Photos
Photos that were up on this page for a while and then moved on can be found in my archives.
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2 (2003-2004) -
1 (2001-2002, includes graduation)
Continuum, June 2004
Borrowed from their photo gallery. I have to keep remembering that this one is me, in one of the various "looks" / outfits I pulled out of my tiny suitcase. For reference, hair, shirt and eyelashes are all a fluorescent lime green.
Belgrave, May 2005
A stroll down the main street of Belgrave. Taken by Sharon Moseley. There's a more curious version hiding behind.
Swancon Masquerade: March 2005
Harlequin (me) is amusing Aerin, watched by mother Fe and various others. For some reason people had trouble recognising me in this costume. But it worked well with Danny Oz's Joker and Sharon Moseley's Goon.
Nature spirit: Laurelwood, April 2005
Self explanatory. There's an 800x600 version hiding behind if you want a better resolution.
Black on black: March 2005
This was a carefully constructed outfit sourced from several places. Each of the separate items in this ensemble are a little risque worn on their own, but together they cover me toe-to-neck-to-wrist with nothing likely to show.
Katanning All-Ages Playground: April 2005
This is at the top of one of the slides in the adult-sized playground, about to go down. That cheerful smile is masking the death grip on the edge of the slide while I wait for Danny Oz to hurry up and take the darn photo, willya? I'm not fond of drops.
On the Rock, Laurelwood: April 2005
The Rock is a large granite outcrop in the Forest on our farm. Dad always wanted to build a treehouse in this karri tree behind, with a bridge across to The Rock, but karri trees drop their limbs frequently, without warning, and this is rather a long way up.
Coy Cowgirl: January 2005
Fooling around with a stockman's hat. Well, at least it was his *hat* I was fooling with.
Sketching in Kings Park: January 2005
I'm standing on the fort at the end of the walkway of the winds in the dinosaur playground in Kings Park, sketching Corymbia calophylla flowers and leaves as a potential submission to Gynaezine for their cover. (They ended up accepting my sketches of "Mouse Ears", a different plant.) When I draw I get lost in light and shape and rhythm, breaking down what I see into what is really there. It's a trance, a fugue I only come out of when I realise I've gone so deep the pencil's long since stopped moving completely.
Ricecake: Kingston World Music Festival, September 2005
One of my favourite sweet things to eat, usually sold in lurid colours. This one looked a bit like liquid bruise. Originates in South East Asia somewhere. I must work out how to make it. There's a different view of the cake behind this image.
Australia Day in Kings Park: January 2005
It's one of the traditional places to go for Australia Day. I'd never been,so I thought I should go once. But we didn't stay - I get uncomfortable in crowds after a while. Thirty minutes after this photo was taken all that green space behind me was getting pretty full with people.
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