C | Pentax MX
F | Can’t remember and my negatives are 800km away
The title says it all. There’s something special about Western Australia. It’s so vastly different from the East Coast of this massive continent. Strangely enough I felt I knew that landscape before I’d ever been there. I grew up reading the wonderful lyricism of Tim Winton – his book Blueback features in one of my earliest memories where I’m reading alone. I’ve read many more of his works since, and I’ve realised that he places a strong emphasis on the way place and landscape shape us as people.
I was lucky enough to score a couple of weeks in the southwestern part of Australia for work. These are some photos from that couple of weeks.