This kind of photographing is a slow process. Most of the locations that I select and scope with a digital camera, and think that they could well work for large format, usually turn out to be duds after I’ve sat on them for a few days.
Could these roadside photographs be interpreted as a stepping into the post colonial? The aftermath of settlement as it were? There is not that much the native bush or scrub left after the land had been cleared for agriculture and grazing. This is a scoped image for a possible large format photo session:
The stripped land is obvious on the western side of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Maybe I should start to photograph those bare rolling hill on that side of the peninsula. I do need to expand my horizons.