1. Mark Loader says:

    Well done! Thats my home town & i didnt know until i scrolled down to the text ;-)

    1. Charlene says:

      It was mine for half of my life. Loving the weather here right now!

      1. Mark Loader says:

        Yeah such a relief after summer! We shot last Fri at a saltlake just east of Rockingham & the clouds, typical for this time of year, formed an awesome backdrop along with the other worldliness of the lake. As long as the rain holds off its great ;-)

    2. Charlene says:

      Aw, rain is beautiful in a place constantly under threat of drought :)

  2. I particularly love the first shot (well and the second one!). Growing up in the country, I still find big cities and highrises at night to be fascinating and otherworldly. I still gaze at them and wonder “how can they exist? Why do they not fall over?”

    And I also think “thank the maker I no longer work in one!” :)

    1. Charlene says:

      When I came to live in Perth in 1999 (first contact with deep suburbia), I was astounded. Everything was so LOW. There were 2 skyscrapers downtown. Hell, downtown didn’t radiate much beyond those 2 skyscrapers. A whole lotta sky. A whole lot of no-people. A whole lotta river, and sea, and beach. A whole lotta SPACE.

      I’d seen this before but the idea that I was going to be living there was completely mindblowing. I was definitely on another continent. Different color temp, tint and hell, frame rate.

      PS, I chuckle in sympathy with your last sentence.

  3. I especially like “behind bars”.

    1. Charlene says:

      Thanks Adam :)

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