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Russell Boyle

My good friend and poet Russell Boyle has added his words to two more of my images. I am always very impressed with just how well Russell captures the mood and the thought process behind the image.


This is based on my image Early Morning in Little Lonsdale Street. The photo was taken with bright low morning sun shining directly down Little Lonsdale Street, turning the old building facades into a series of light and shade and vertical lines.


This image was taken in Fitzroy. I was attracted by the band of diagonal light down the wall. The original image can be seen here.

A framed A2 print of this image is for sale at Seddon Deadly Sins in Victoria Street, Seddon, Victoria. Ask for Chris and have a coffee while you are there.

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Once again, one of my images has prompted poet Russell Boyle to write.

The original image was taken on a very still day at Lake Connewarre, just outside Geelong, Victoria. I grew up near there and have always been fascinated by the place.

Lake Connewarre

Visit Russell’s site and read Reflection.

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