This hard cover book was first published in 2004. 94 pages, 42 individual photography plates with an introduction by Robert McFarlane.
"These photographs are more about abstract imagery than landscape views: there is neither horizon line nor sense of linear perspective. Initially, the imagery seems indecipherable. Familiar landscapes and landmarks have become compositions or texture, line tone and contrast. One can be absorbed by the marks humans have made on the land - random tyre tracks, pockets of water receptacles that we call dams, straight fence lines alien to the natural linear flow and subtleties of the land and it;s vegetation. These are landscapes of pattern and line as seen upside-down in a looping Antique bi-plane (Stampe) one thousand feet above the ground."
Jennifer Lamb, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery
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