The b+w picture below is of roadside vegetation in Waitpinga on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula. It is from the archives, and it was made with a large format camera--a 1950's Super Cambo 8x10 monorail.
I used this picture of the local landscape as my contribution to the online print viewing/sharing of the Melbourne based Friends of Photography Group (FOPG). I've linked up with FOPG due to my isolation as a large format photographer in Adelaide. There are very few people doing this kind of slow photography in Adelaide, and I have little connection to, or empathy with, the few that are. I decided to share some of my photos I've made of the local landscape in Encounter Bay/Waitpinga with FOPG, since most of the photography the members of FOPG do is orientated towards the genre of landscape.
I am on the fringe of FOPG due to living in Adelaide. It's not practical for me to attend their face-to-face print viewing sessions in Melbourne, but I did plan to go their field trip to Apollo Bay and the Otway Ranges in April. Unfortunately, that field trip was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. I plan to submit a photo of the Waitpinga landscape from those that I have been making during the lockdown to their upcoming online exhibition.