I remember really struggling to get the large format photography off the ground when I picked it up after a 20 year absence. I'd lost the knack. At the return stage, even though the work flow was simple --- the negatives were developed and scanned by Atkins Lab, the results were less than impressive. I was rusty.
This picture of the brick piers of the old railway bridge at Currency Creek was an attempt to construct a situation --- a family outing by a creek as it were. We were living in Adelaide at the time and we stayed at Victor Harbor every second weekend. On the Sundays when we were at Victor Harbor we -- Suzanne, myself and the standard poodles --- would often go for an outing. We were exploring and getting to know the Fleurieu Peninsula. We visited Currency Creek a number of times as it was a good place to walk the poodles along the creek.