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The War for the Kimberley

September 4th, 2010

Its official, James Price Point is now the subject of a compulsory acquisition  court action.  Just when I thought politicians couldn’t sink any lower, Colin Barnett take a bow, you have outdone yourself.  For those of you who came in late, this is James Price Point as it is today…

James Price Point at Sunset, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley Region of Western Australia

If Colin Barnett and Co win the day this will be the site of a massive gas processing plant, stretching over 20 square km, complete with deep water harbour (blasted through the reef), sewage treatment plants & power generation facility, with all the extra bits and pieces that go with it. Read the rest of this entry »

Manly Pool in Sydney – Without a permit!

September 1st, 2010

Sydney is such a beautiful place it’s hard not to take photos, and the clouds this afternoon were spectacular… Now where is that permit…

Tomorrow it is back to normality.

This image is Manly Pool in Sydney,  shot on the Canon 5D Mk II with the 16-35mm f2.8L lens at 16mm.

Manly Pool with looming sky

Arts Freedom Australia Sydney Rally

August 31st, 2010

I am sitting in a cafe in Sydney writing this, The Rocks in Sydney to be precise.  I have just had a Falafel roll and a coffee and i am marvelling at the wonders of technology that allows me to do this (write this entry, not eat the falafel)…  Actually i am getting side tracked.

What i really want to write about is the Arts Freedom Australia Rally that took place here at Campbells Cove, just next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge this Sunday past.  The rally was organised by Arts Freedom Australia and Ken Duncan, both of whom have been very vocal in recent years about the erosion of our rights to photograph the natural environment and the icons of the built environment like Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and Bondi Beach (check it out here )

Many places such as these, as well as a growing list of National Parks now require expensive permits to photograph for any commercial purpose.  This includes entering your snapshot into a photo competition, or selling something you took earlier without the intention to sell it.  The bureaucrats who write this legislation have forgotten that it was the photographic images of these places proliferating around the world that helped make these places famous in the first place.

So the rally last Sunday was to draw a little attention to this situation, and i think in this it succeeded very well, there were several estimates of 700-1500 people who showed up on the day (i’m not much good at counting, thats why i’m a photographer), including many of us from other states.  It was a very peaceful demonstration, photographers are not known to be violent or unpredictable, but there was plenty of passion and plenty of solidarity, as well as a bit of humour.  Lets hope our voice is heard.

Peter Walton making a point

New site is Live!

August 31st, 2010

The new site is Live!  I guess if you are reading this you already know (unless you’re reading it on Facebook, in which case you know now).  Its all part of what has actually been continuous development for the last 5 years, first we got most of the background stuff right, now we’ve improved all Read the rest of this entry »

My first ever Blog post…

May 17th, 2010

Well i have been dragged into the modern communication age it seems, i now have a Blog.  its quite strange writing something when i’m pretty sure nobody is out there reading it … yet.  But you never know.  i think i have some interesting things to say, some funny things, some insightful things, some useful things, and i think this is the way to get it out there.  so here goes…

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