In the 19th century, the development of the camera turned the art world upside down. Even the most technically skilled painters couldn’t compete with the precision and clarity of the photographers. So visual artists had to reconsider and contextualise their own role. They developed the more abstract and expressionistic styles we call modern art, turning away from the capture of the existing and finding a new niche in more interpretive, unconventional works.
Seemed like there was a lower flower density than last year, but Floriade is always a fun place to take a camera.
The trees are coming out.
Some shots from Jerra Wetlands.
Photos from a wander around Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.
Just the one photo worth posting from this morning’s blood moon. Continue reading “The Blood Moon and a Flying Saucer”
A handful of photos from recent wanderings that don’t fit into any easy category.
Photographical opportunities can be scarcer in Canberra’s chilly winter. I ducked out to the Botanic Gardens to try my luck.
Some feathery folks.