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This log has spent a very long time in the ocean and was washed up on North Mission Beach.
Mission Beach is near Tully in Far North Queensland, Australia.
Sony compact digital camera used.
log, washed up, beach, mission beach, sandra hogan, far north queensland, australia
My practical painting tutors include people from the Flying Art School (1978 to 1981), the Studio West End (2004 to 2010) and the Brisbane Institute of Art (2008 to 2011).
I began printmaking in 2004 at the Studio West End, then started again there in 2006.I have done it constantly since 2006 at either the Studio West End or the Brisbane Institute of Art.
Darkroom techniques were obtained from the Brisbane Institute of Art beginning in 2009.
I wonder where it came from and how far it traveled to land there…loved Queensland when I was there a couple of years ago…As I remember really great scenery and food…Beautifully captured!!
Thank you Kate. I wondered the same things when I saw it.
I couldn’t really do it justice with the camera. I did take lots of photos of it and may put another one or two close-ups on RB one day. It was covered with green algae and barnicals. Really thickly covered. It looked like most of its branches had been broken off or rotted during its travels. I think it has been floating around in the ocean for years.
It made me think about what may have come ashore on it. I wonder if it is still there, or if the tide washed it away to some other place already? It was a fascinating thing to see. Sandra Hogan
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