It's been cold, windy and wet on the southern coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula these last couple of weeks. There has been little to no opportunities to do any large format photography, nor to go camping at Murrayville on the Mallee Highway to continue the work on the silo project.
I've spent my time writing the texts for the Weltraum exhibition at Magpie Springs in early September, the Abstraction x 5 exhibition at the Light Gallery in late September, the Mallee exhibition at Atkins Photo Lab in mid-October , and the talk to the Flinders University Philosophy Club on 'Philosophy, Photography and the Environment' in late October.
I decided to take a break from the writing by scanning some vegetables that I'd purchased at the Victor Harbor Farmers Market on Saturday morning. I used the Epson V700 flatbed scanner: