Creepy Crawley (16 of 17).jpg
Creepy Crawley (16 of 17).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (6 of 27).jpg
LAKE GORDON (6 of 27).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (7 of 27).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (19 of 27).jpg
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Serpentine Dam (4 of 6).jpg
Serpentine Dam (4 of 6).jpg
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Lake Gordon (2 of 4).jpg
Lake Gordon (2 of 4).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (4 of 27).jpg
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Serpentine Dam (6 of 6).jpg
Serpentine Dam (6 of 6).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (16 of 27).jpg
LAKE GORDON (16 of 27).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (9 of 27).jpg
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Serpentine Dam (3 of 6).jpg
Serpentine Dam (3 of 6).jpg
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LAKE GORDON (8 of 27).jpg
LAKE GORDON (8 of 27).jpg
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LAKE PEDDER (3 of 7).jpg
LAKE PEDDER (3 of 7).jpg
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LAKE PEDDER DEAD TREES (8 of 10).jpg
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GORDON DAM (20 of 21).jpg
GORDON DAM (20 of 21).jpg
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Tasmania's south west lakes of Pedder and Gordon hold the largest water storage in Australia. After spending 3 days in this remote region two hours drive from Hobart, I surrendered to the gloomy weather. A place to ponder on life. The ever changing light with endless sprinkles of rain never left me thirsty for a blood orange sun. In fact, the opposite effect was more appealing. Melancholia often plays a role in our encounters with art works, and it is also present in our aesthetic responses to the natural environment. Melancholia is a mature emotion in which reflection calms a turbulent soul. This pattern has been an ogoing theme in my work over the last decade.