This picture of roadside vegetation was made on an early morning poodlewalk on a dusty road in Waitpinga with Kayla:
I have avoided walking in the bush or the country roads this summer because of the brown snakes.
A dead tree in the wetlands near American River on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Whilst there on a brief holiday I returned to areas that I knew from previous visits as well as quickly exploring new ones.
The wetlands near American River were an area that I'd previously visited. It had pretty much dried out, and sadly, many of the trees were dead.
This photography a roadside tree on Jagger Rd in Waitpinga is from the archives. It was made whilst I was on a poodlewalk, or more accurately, I'd scoped the tree whilst walking with the poodles in the afternoon, and I came back latter to photograph it with the 5x4 Linhof Technika IV.
I was interested in photographing the roadside vegetation at that stage, as this vegetation was part of the remnants of the native bush in the predominantly agricultural landscapes. I'd noticed that the roadside vegetation was slowly disappearing.
This picture was made whilst I was walking the poodles in the Kuitpo Forest after they had been clipped at the Mt Barker Dog Grooming Salon. We pass the Kuitpo Forest on our way back to Encounter Bay, and it is a good afternoon walking area for the poodles.
The picture was made in 2015. I haven't made any film images in Kuitpo Forest since then--just digital ones.
Made whilst on a recent poodlewalk around the Inman River in Victor Harbor with Suzanne.
The Inman is one of the two rivers that flow through Victor Harbor. The other one is the Hindmarsh River.
This tree is roadside vegetation. It is on Baum Rd, Waitpinga. Baum Rd is a back country road that I often walk along on our poodlewalks.
The photograph was made in the autumn of 2018. I have photographed it before, but I've never been happy with the results. So I had another go recently.
on the southern edge on Lake Alexandrina near the entrance to Lake Albert:
The two lakes are known as the lower lakes located in the Fleurieu Peninsula. The river Murray flows into them before it flows out of the mouth into the southern ocean.