Quick trip back to the Revhead exhibition.
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Photos from my previous trip to this exhibit can be found here:
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. ~Leonardo DaVinci
“Across Country” is an exhibition showcasing five years of indigenous Australian art from the Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art collection.
There are some quite stunning pieces:
I thought these ‘morning star poles’ were absolutely fantastic:
I loved these baskets, and the shadows were pretty great as well:
One of the (many) great things about living in subtropical Queensland is the range of street trees which put on a display during the year. Here are some of the spring & summer ones which I’ve enjoyed:
I look forward to featuring other street trees as the seasons change – frangipani, crepe myrtle, camellia and others are (hopefully) future posts.
The photograph on the dashboard, taken years ago,
Turned around backwards so the windshield shows.
Every streetlight reveals the picture in reverse.
Still, it’s so much clearer.
Nightswimming, R.E.M. (Berry / Stipe / Buck / Mills) – probably my favourite song of all time from my favourite album.
And I kind of liked the idea that we’re all “swimming” through light and that photography captures a bit of it from time to time.
Why a blog?
I love sharing my photos and telling a bit of story. I don’t know if anyone will be listening, but that’s OK – I’ll have fun along the way. And anything which gives me an excuse to take more photos can’t be bad…