“I often think of my work as visual haiku. It is an attempt to evoke and suggest through as few elements as possible rather than to describe with tremendous detail.”
– Michael Kenna
Cyan and I are walking into the wilderness this Sunday for a couple of days. Getting in some bushwalking practice for our trip in July this year in Tasmania. If there is some reception there may be a post or two. Don’t be surprised if there isn’t a few for a few days. I don’t think I have walked the main range since I was twenty. I first walked there as a teenager. Will be nice to return.
Snowgum and snow. Photograph and text copyright © Len Metcalf 2019
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