photography, travel photography

Rural Snapshots

I’ve already shared some of my experiences and photographs from the time I spent at the Ramboda Homestead in Anakie, Queensland, but that certainly wasn’t it for me. As will happen, a girl and her camera in an isolated setting will take lots of photographs to pass the time.

Something that really struck me about the farm setting was all of the beautiful textures I was surrounded by every day: weathered wood, worn leather and rough rope, corrugated metal, barbed wire, denim, rust, cobwebs, spiny cacti, fur and feathers. On the few days off I had, and on some evenings I did a bit of wandering with my camera and explored the interaction of light with these beautiful objects and surfaces. 

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I spent a lot of time alone, enjoyed many quiet moments and tried to convey them as images. I even photographed a few people, because that’s what I do best.

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