Six slices of ocean


I’ve been thinking about the ocean. So much so that I’ve gathered up some old shots, reworked a few, and had them printed in a tiny tiny book. I’ve stowed the tiny book in a gleaming titanium bottle, and cast it to sea, for the deliberation of the Great Pacific Gyre. Maybe in another age someone will find it, encrusted in barnacles and encased in ice, or reflecting back the harsh sun from dry desert sand. Either way, you or I won’t see it again.

After this.

The Inevitable

Digital. Peleng fish eye straightened in Photoshop

Salt wind

Digital. Mir 26B lens on tilt adapter.

Undersky

Digital

Poisoned afternoon

Digital. ND400 filter.

Glimmer

Digital.

Remnant

Holga 120CFN

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Lecturer in Multimedia at CQUni Wrangler of young kids @ home in Yeppoon Otherwise, photographer and digital media type.
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One Response to Six slices of ocean

  1. ceciliag says:

    I live out in the middle of the prairie now, after growing up literally at high tide by the pacific, that first shot of the horizon of the ocean is reminiscent of the horizon of the winter prairie. i think this is why I do not mind living out here now. Even though the smells are different the view is as long and straight as the sea when calm.. c

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