We are slowly adjusting to the shift to Victor Harbor and sorting through---chipping away at --- the mess of reducing two households into one. Most of the boxes have been emptied and the records, books, furniture and clothes given way.
Setting up Encounter Studio is on hold until the inducted air-conditioning is put in, hopefully next week. Until then, I am working on the Edgelands book amongst a heap of photographic stuff and books piled up around me.
The large format photography hasn't happened yet, which frustrates me, because I have been walking a young poodle pup. But I've started scoping some coastal landscape work around Victor Harbor now that we are in autumn:
This picture in the early morning light was scoped for a 5x4 colour picture last week when I was on a poodlewalk with Ari and Kayla. The next small step is to load up the sheet film holders so that I am ready for action.
I am slowly finding my photographic feet. I am even starting to scope work in Adelaide with the Cambo 5x7 for early morning photo shoots.