We popped over to see what this Community day was all about. Vintage cars, motorbikes, people, food, bands, choir and more. We were present when a plaque commemorating Sir Reg Ansett was unveiled by his grandson.(didn’t get his name).
For several years photographic artist Sharon Greenaway with her husband Bill Greenaway travelled the countryside recording WW1 War Memorials as photographs. During this time they met many interesting people at some venues, but often as not many memorials stood alone, often in country towns that were sparsely populated. As the body of work grew, SharonContinue reading “Central Victorians Remember 2015”
At long last I have found a place to hang this image from ‘Eppalock on a Sunday’ (2009). It fits into our guest bedroom nicely.
Bill and I will be speaking at Bendigo Probus on the topic of our World War 1 Memorial Photographic exhibition. The talk will include images that weren’t in the original exhibition and will discuss why we undertook the journey and the types of monuments we saw.
I am enjoying using my 50 mm lens. It helps me rethink my images and physically move rather than relying on a lens to do the work for me. Of course still will be using my zoom, but at the moment I am getting back to basics.
Many thanks to Elina Brutska for supplying these pics and allowing me to put them onto my website. Elina is also one of the participants in the exhibition.
City of Greater Bendigo Central Victorians Remember: WW1 Memorial Photographic Exhibition.
Do you do online courses? Here is a discussion about the merits.
We were thrilled that our resident Tawny Frogmouth family decided to rest in a tree closer to the ground and so we could take a few more images before they disappear again.