Monthly Archives: July 2012

new toddlers portraits

Had a very spontaneous shooting yesterday with an wonderful family and a little boy, who was as well the star of the day, as he had is first birthday 🙂

Here are some of the shots!

Working as a trades assistant

I currently work as a trades assistant here in Australia. As it is an engineering company, I assist e.g. the boilermakers or welders, or do minor work like grinding, oxy cutting, painting, etc.
We usually do a lot of stuff in our work shed, but sometimes we go on sites, which, at that day, was a ship offfshore which had some huge diving robots to do some work underseas. It needed some work done on deck, but in order to start to work, we had to wait a long time, first for the boat to get us to the main ship, then a long time until the crane driver came up to unload our gear from the transport boat to the ship, then getting permits and inspections done, waiting for the chief engineer and and and… so enough time to do some shots 🙂

Karijini National Park

My good friend and fellow photographer Michael and I decided spontaneously to take a small phototrip to Karijini National Park, apparently one of the most gorgeous one in Western Australia. We arrived saturday mid-day and left sunday afternoon… Quite an experience, and good to get out into nature..

Here some shots of the trip

Troy Cassar-Daley @ NAIDOC Festival 2012

I was at home on my couch when i heard loud music outside from a near football field. I did not know that the anual NAIDOC festival was ending. So finally a at least little concert with a stage out here 🙂 Troy Cassar-Daley was performing, so I did some spontaneous shots, was good to be out again

karratha cemetery

After my series from the cemeteries from south hedland, and cossack it was time to take some pictures from karratha.

what still makes me sad is how the cemeteries are run or maintained… no designated walkways, no aligned graves… especially the one in karratha, where you could clearly see that big machinery was moved through the yard, and even rolled over the edge from one grave…