A day trip to Bathurst lasted longer than originally planned. With time to fill in, we managed to make something of the day in spite of numerous false starts.
The Sandy Lane turns off the main north-south highway, so the expected contrast was the high-tech bitumen of a main artery with the soft dust of a side road.
The contrast that drew my attention was a little different.
A new project to get the camera out on the road and into the field.
Let’s get out from under the digital canopy and breath in nature’s intention.
Adding a filter, not to limit or conceal, but to evoke the experience of the brightly coloured market stalls.
There’s definitely something different about the old town hall, the work of volunteers and a bit of hessian.