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The greatest thing about redbubble of course is the chance to check out the great work of so many amazing artists. The last time I went to Bryans Creek was with Don Wilson and while comparing shots after the shoot he showed me an amazing angle I completely missed because as usual I was too busy taking pictures of waterfalls to pay enough attention to the bits inbetween. Don also has a particular talent for finding bubbles that in real life don’t look like much but when photographed with a long exposure turn into really cool swirls.

I’d love to just post this and say it’s my own composition but the fact of the matter is I wouldn’t of noticed it but for Don and therefore think it is only right I credit him here for it. We have talked about the tendancy of photographers to plagerise each others compositions and therefore know Don wouldn’t mind me doing this. To be honest I think in this case my pagerism will work in Don’s favour as I reckon his shot is better than mine anyway, I still thinks mines good enough to post though and of course the water level and composition is slightly different although it is obviously of the same spot.

Here’s Dons version:

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bryans creek, jacks creek, brans creek falls, jacks creek falls, goulburn valley, travis easton, stock image, melbournes waterfalls, river, stream, swirl, granite

Australia’s rugged landscape is an important part of my life and over many years I have explored some of the more remote parts of it on foot, ski, kayak and rope. I usually travel alone so I can take my time capturing the essence of these places without distraction. Life slows down and after a while I feel like I begin to merge with the land, nature takes me into her confidence and changes me. I hope you enjoy the fruit of these excursions.

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  • helmutk
    helmutkover 2 years ago

    Great shot Trav !

  • LindaR
    LindaRover 2 years ago

    very cool swirl you’ve framed up Travis ~ yours and Don’s both ~ and remember, imitation is a high form of flattery ~ a win/win here for us all :) xx

  • John Schneider
    John Schneiderover 2 years ago

    Great capture!!

  • maggie44
    maggie44over 2 years ago

    Fantastic shot!

  • LindaR
    LindaRover 2 years ago

    I love this, Travis ~ the inspiration we receive helps us grow and expand our own pov, art and selves as artists & human beings ~ this is such a lovely tribute to Don and the shared experience of our community…lovely work xxx

  • Thanks Linda, tis a wonderful place to be inspired, all the best

    Trav

    – Travis Easton

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