St Peters

St Peters 2, 2011                                                                                         

St Peters 2, 2011                                                                                         

The imagination, like the universe, has no bounds and our minds are triggered into a swirling creative space when faced with the uncertainty of the unknown. This is why traveling to unfamiliar and exotic lands can be such a transcendent experience. The extraordinary thing with photography is that the same  can happen, even in familiar places, by concentrating on the particular rather than the obvious, and in that way, directing our observation beyond an ordinary range of perception.

This series of landscapes was the result of working for many years in the unholy enclave of Sydney called St Peters, a noisy, busy and magnificent part of the world surrounded by traffic on all sides and above.