In May 2013 I started The my place in time project. 100 photo prompts to encourage myself and people around the world to take part in recording their place and time in history. This is the progress so far.
To have Darren back making music, in an intimate concert, and actually get to meet him? A dream come true... to put it in context....... it's like meeting Paul McCartney and have him play at your local pub after the Beatles split up.
The Mortlock wing of the South Australian state library is pretty spectacular. Lined with lovely old books, and a quiet, studious atmosphere that can be hard to find in some more modern libraries, it really is a gorgeous place.
I found lots of beautiful native flowers, and got to take in the sea of golden canola we encountered on the drive.
Prior to visiting SA, the only time I'd ever seen Koalas were the same way most people see them: in the zoo or a national park.
I really do enjoy our trips to Adelaide. The architecture, leafy suburbs, and beautiful landscape is so refreshing for me, and so strikingly different to everything I know in Perth. Here are some street photographs and stolen moments from our trip in October last year.
Welcome to West Richmond, South Australia. Here you don't just live near the end of the runway, you're part of it.
These are not scenes that people would ordinarily think to photograph, but are parts of an ever changing suburban landscape.
It's an odd feeling when I revisit a location that I vaguely remember from childhood. Unless I went there on a regular basis, I often find that my memory has blurred somewhat.