Here where these photos were taken at Don Heads near Devonport the change is almost imperceptible to the human eye, but the wash of the waves the reaction of minerals in the rock and water weather and erode the old lava from it's straight angular edged shapes into rounded lumps.
But the changes in my life are not so gradual, after nearly two years working at The Advocate newspaper as a full-time press photographer, I've resigned to take up full time studies for a Bachelor of Science in Geology (rocks incase you hadn't guessed). The decision is exciting and scary, but there's no looking back now and as my husband tells me 'Failure is NOT an option".
Photography will remain an important part of my life, will a little luck it may give me a bit of pocket money to help cover petrol money for the regular trips I'll be making to Uni in Launceston and Hobart.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born