Last week I got and email from the artist John Kelly saying that he liked my image of his sculpture "Cow Up A Tree" and asked if he could use it on his website. I took this as a massive compliment and of course obliged. John asked if I could also post a link to his website, which is ... www.johnkellyartist.com. I knew I had a series of shots a friend and I took back in January and so dug one up. This is me in front of said sculpture. Didge decided to fire my 430EX at full power as I looked down at it and consequently I was blinded for a few minutes afterwards. Cheers mate. View larger at: www.luketscharke.com
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Leigh Schilling on 23rd June 2009 @ 11:30pm
Very cool self portrait, imaginative to say the least!
Tony Martin (NT) on 24th June 2009 @ 2:58am
Great capture, great use of the back drop.
andrewlipkewycz on 24th June 2009 @ 9:57am
Take that Zap Pow
Didge_Photos on 28th June 2009 @ 3:16pm
audiotruck on 7th August 2009 @ 6:31pm
Hi, I'm an admin for a group called melbourne photography, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
kingofthejungleo on 15th August 2009 @ 2:05pm
Heradia on 11th September 2009 @ 10:48pm
Vermin Inc on 1st November 2009 @ 11:15pm
This is rather Sidney Nolan-esque as well as a little surreal! Great light and capture of this whimsical sculpture at Docklands.
fotograf1v2 on 26th December 2009 @ 2:18pm
Good one Didge haha. Full power is pretty bright!
Gav Owen on 1st January 2010 @ 4:16pm