Sticks & stone & broken bones, that was what I photographed on my recent trip into the central plateau of tasmania.
Heading away overnight with my husdand and our two teenage boys carrying everything we needed for food & shelter for two days on our backs, I choose to take a different kit of camera gear than my usual choice.
Generally on these trips I just go with my 24-70mm l series lens; my favorite lens. But this time I decided to take my very light weight 50mm and a 100mm macro.
My aim was to do something different and look at the surroundings with a different perspective.
A concept began to develop in my mind as I trudged through the landscape, the 50 mm lens I had on the camera during the walk into our camping spot determined that my subject matter would be with in meters of me, not the wide open landscape vistas.
The coarse stone, bleached and stunted woody plants at my feet became my focus.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born