So I “saved” it by turning it into an old fashioned nineteenth century photo–an ambrotype using Silver Efex Pro software. I like the look of some of the early nineteenth processes, but I have no desire to return to the chemical darkroom.
Wirranender Park is a favourite afternoon walk as it is an urban woodland that lies between the CBD and the inner suburbs. It is where people in transit often camp and where the homeless usually hang out during the day. It is a bounded area where the standard poodles can roam freely and there is shade from the later afternoon sun. Whilst walking I can explore the terrain for photographic possibilities.