The magic of a night ride. Copenhagen, Denmark. Part of the Suburbia series
Secretive garden. Perth, Western Australia. Part of the Suburbia series
Little Creatures Brewery. Fremantle, Western Australia Part of the Suburbia series
The magic of trees.
Perth, Western Australia Part of the Suburbia series
Love. Fremantle, Western Australia. Part of the Suburbia series
Ordinary things take on a melancholy glamour in the dimness of a suburban night. Perth, Western Australia. Part of the Suburbia series
Yeah, I can see it now The distant red neon shivered in the heat I was feeling like a stranger in a strange land You know where people play games with the night God, it was too hot to sleep…. – Robbie Robertson, Somewhere Down The Crazy River Singapore. Home to eternally anxious masses, the surprising things also found in public spaces:
Those of you who have been either reading my blog or shooting with me for a while know of my affinity for wandering the streets at night with a camera. It’s been a solitary endeavour for many years in a mostly suburban Australian setting, but a different city offers a different experience. Copenhagen has cityscapes which are a complete departure from what I’m used to, both night and day…. and I had a model too. Inspired by Mark Krajnak‘s Friday Noir series, Flemming and I created a set of images one night and sent them to Mark, who has dedicated today’s Friday Noir to one of them with a wonderful short story (as is customary of the Friday Noir series) and background write up. Make …
There is always something in Northbridge.
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