A photo I took in Broken Hill of Eduardo Nasta Luna’s sculpture–Facing the Day and the Night–forms the background for this, the fifth in my ongoing syntheses project. I flipped that photo vertically and combined it with the original to create a symmetrical inkblot effect, and then introduced a black and white photo of a mob of kangaroos that I took a few years earlier in Murramarang NP on the south coast. The result is a distant memory, appropriately photographically aged, at the foreground of memories more recent: that’s the theory behind it:)
This is a composite of three photos I took at Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens. I wasn’t using a tripod so each photo had a fractionally different framing, which served nicely to create something of a brushstroke effect. I also reoriented it from portrait to landscape, giving the waterfall more volume and enhancing the possibilities for pareidolia. How many human faces can you see in the wall?
A few images to share after inordinate hours spent manipulating images in the search for something unique and eye-catching!