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 whoContinue reading “Another Launceston weekend”
Art galleries and museums themselves can be subjects of art, and why not. In fact, they are probably some of the most interesting buildings, and places to people watch, in the world. All photos below taken in Europe 2016.
People often make or get cynical comments about sharing sunset photos on social media but there is a reason people do – sunsets are usually spectacular and the colours are magnificent. The Spring (and soon Summer) sky above Melbourne has been showing off most evenings this year, and I haven’t been able to resist takingContinue reading “Photos: Melbourne city sunsets”
Like many, New York City is one of my favourites cities in the world, and my favourite place in that huge concrete jungle is the High Line. So I am really chuffed to have a photo I took to be featured in the latest edition of the High Line’s Field Guide. Continue reading “The High Line Field Guide page 34 girl”
Photographer. Explorer. Cityshinker. Ben Thomas is an Adelaide-born, Melbourne-based photographer. He is usually in other cities. What made you interested in photography? Where did it begin? I started filming a lot of the bands when I was 15 – a mate and I really got into it and started a little production company doing shortContinue reading “Not so ordinary: Ben Thomas”