This year I am exhibiting a series of 12 photographs.
These were selected because of the unusual or abstract qualities of the images.
Their content ranges across coastal areas, bushland and city-scapes.
The coastal photographs include the mosaic of driftwood patterns on beach edges, the vivd shapes of algae covered boulders and large rock formations in the ocean.
In the bush they look at the impact of nature after the rain, after fire and at sunset.
Even a car relic has its abstract qualities after being dumped and stripped in the harsh Australian outback environment.
In the city there is the person-made landscape where artificial light creates fascinatingly bizarre shapes and patterns within the natural setting.
See the Images in the Exhibition