Tidal Art is fascinating. A unique canvas that exits only for a moment before nature takes a new brush and applies a new colour. The slow recession of water as this weir dried out revealed a canvas with texture and movement that I likened to gazing down on chocolate coral heads through the shallow, crystal clear waters of a tropical lagoon. The surfboard serves as the conduit to support the illusion suggesting a liquid landscape in the place of bare parched earth and life in abundance where none exists.
Cirrus cloud patterns created by the summer breeze on a light weight fabric in the hands of a beautiful girl.
Model : izi Angus
Invented in the 12th century, the ancient art of Mallakhamp is a traditional sport originating on the Indian subcontinent. The gymnasts perform aerial yoga poses and wrestling grips in concert with a vertical stationary pole .... the Mallakhamp. I photographed these artists as they developed a routine in readiness for a scene from a period film I was shooting in India in 2011.
Images from an afternoon spent in a junk yard outside the historic town of Silverton in remote western New South wales
Movement within the still image featuring the colour Red
The receding waters in the Moogerah Dam during the drought of 2019 revealed luna like features. Now the rains have come again this amazing landscape is gone beneath the rising tide.
A collection of images of La Paz and the festival of the Gran Poder.
Portraits of the hindu holy men gathered in the small town of Orcha, Madhya Pradesh, India.
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