During the high summer in South Australia it is difficult to take photographs.It is very hot and without the the cloud cover there is a very limited time at dawn and dusk to take photographs.
I don't fancy walking across rocks in the dark carrying large format equipment to have it all set up before dawn. Usually I have a location in mind and I wait for some cloud cover to soften the very bright sunlight.
In the meantime I make use of the studio. It's a simple set up: tabletop, window light, closeup rings on a Rolleiflex 6006 , exposures of around 2-4 seconds, a 120 roll of Fujichrome Provia 100F and some fruit and vegetables, such as this avocado.