I recently met up with a fellow blogger Jordan Cantello. I’d been following his work for some time, and when the opportunity arose to finally meet him and go on a shoot, how could I refuse?
I got permission to go into part of what was a Quarantine Station in Albany and here a just a few images from that morning.
Well, I have well and truly neglected my blog for no other reason than, I’ve been busy being lazy, and Facebook is quite the time wasting maggot!! So time to start posting regularly again!
After a particularly long day at work and dealing with an extremely arrogant/rude customer at the end of it, I drove straight to one of my favourite places to regroup. The clouds started playing the game nicely, and then a very small window of colour shone through and made my day a whole lot nicer.
Lately I have found myself in a bit of a rut photography wise. I find myself always going back to the same places, shooting the same angles and never really pushing myself to try something new. So, I set myself a goal to look within a 1 kilometre radius of my house and find something to shoot.
I found this great little jetty overlooking the town of Albany, Western Australia. Now I must point out that I have lived in this area for about 10 years and did not even know this place existed!! It belongs to Panorama Holiday Cottages & Caravan Park and they kindly let me wander in and shoot for hours. A big thank you to Neil for your kindness.
So, it just goes to show there is plenty out there to shoot, we just have to open our eyes to the beauty right in our back yard. And Albany sure is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.