I basically walked away from the Currency Creek project. I couldn't figure out how to conceptually continue with it. It didn't grow into a project as I'd hoped, mainly because I found it too hard designing different situations and activities with models along the different parts of the creek.
I decided to take a different approach. I would just concentrate on intuitively making a few photos, put the conceptual stuff in the background, and then see what emerged. I choose the coastal interface at Port Willunga. It was a landscape where nature meet or interacted with human society.
The ruined Port Willunga jetty is a tourist icon. The sticks of the jetty, when Port Willunga was once a grain port, are much photographed from the shore. The sticks or pylons butting out from the eroding sandstone cliffs are an icon of local, tourist photography.