I spent several days camping at Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula with Gilbert Roe, a fellow photographer based in Adelaide. We spent the time exploring the region with our cameras: Gilbert was using his pinhole camera and I was working with my large format cameras. I concentrated on the silos.
This is one image that I made in the late afternoon with both the Cambo 8x10 (using black and white film) and the Cambo 5x7 (using colour film):
It was a trial run for me in terms of camping whilst being on the road with the large format equipment. Renting a house, staying in a cheap motel, or a cabin in a caravan park, is too expensive these days. Camping was a trial run because our camping gear is very old and basic, and I haven't been camping for 20 years or more. So I needed to see whether this mode of accommodation would work for me as a way of doing the photography road trips.