People interested in my new book please go to the Wellington Streets link above.
News - My new book is now designed and ready for a proof printing. I meet with the printers this afternoon. Very exciting.
News - Today I should be getting the first print of the new book. If it is OK then it goes to press and maybe finished this week. I'm very nervous think I'll walk the streets today.
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Gosh! what a long way to retrace to comment - I'm almost as exhausted as the kid in the leading photo I want to comment on...and that is...um, something to do with overfed on KFC and looks like he's going to walk into a plastic fence or something however I've lost my way (and mind) due to hunting for the comment button
Answer: Yes it is hard to find, sorry. My site was starting to get bogged with spam and it became a daily chore cleaning it. I'll try a new system soon.
Just home from Western Australia (South of Perth). A hot sunny place with a huge, bland (in a beautiful way) and endless landscape. I particularly enjoyed the old Jarrah forest near Pinjarra.
Heading over to Perth on Friday for 15 days. I'm going to rent a car and have a look around the country side. Someone suggested I drive east till I run out of water. I'll also stay in south Perth for a few days with old friends. Not sure if I'll have the internet so there will probably be a small gap till my next post.
Here are some Australians in the street. Melbourne 1996.
Message: SOME NICE WORK HERE MY MAN!!!!
Message: Hi Julian. Have to say, I think your photographs are great! Always have. Just been having a fresh look here. So interesting and always something arresting. Stephen A'Court http://photoboy.photoshelter.com/
Visited artist Betty Wilson yesterday and made this photograph of her hands.
Willis St in the rain.
Photographer Ans Westra at a Petone boatshed - shortly after we found the three boys below.
Triplet boys on Petone foreshore.