It was a weekend in Launceston, Tasmania, with friends, although the main adventures took place in the surrounds. For some reason I kept seeing scenes and subjects that reminded me of Georgia O’Keeffe – the barns, the flowers. Maybe it was, after a crazy week of world news, as simple as feeling inspiration from an artist who never painted a person but instead focussed on the interestingness in the world without them.
Dutch-style barns, free-range chooks, flowers in a walled garden, and architecture built by convicts (or slaves as they are known elsewhere). These are some of my photos from another nourishing weekend in Launceston.