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Just like Ken Duncan only less expensive

During a recent phone call from a client ordering a photograph I heard this comment, “you are just like Ken Duncan, only less expensive”. Not sure I appreciate that or not. I think the name Ken Duncan has become a generic recognisable name for Australian landscape photography. While Ken’s work is well known and much…

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Cussonia spicata

A very odd, rare tree in Caulfield Park, Caulfield. This one is an the Significant trees list because of it’s rarity and age. Cussonia spicata (Cabbage Tree) Cnr Inkerman and Hawthorn Rd. I am testing this as an A2 Panoramic print.

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Heritage trees in Melbourne

We shot a number of trees that are on the list as significant trees in Melbourne. These are protected trees and of importance for rarity, age and historical reference. I will post others and give correct the names as I get the selections from the Arborist at Tree Logic. Have a look in the shop…

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Police clamp down on tall photographers

Kent Police set a new legal precedent last week, as they arrested a photographer on the unusual grounds of “being too tall”. This follows a year of increasingly unhappy incidents, in which continued reassurances from on high appear to have had little impact on how Police Forces deal with photographers – and reinforces a growing…

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