The Paddington End

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Actual image print size 840mm x 560mm / Framed size 1040mm x 790mm

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The inspiration.

A patch of grass on the footpath of an unsuspecting terrace – lined street, in Paddington.

Some history of WSC now ODI.

A largely unknown Kerry Packer arrived in London in late May 1977. He appeared on David Frost’s The Frost Programme to debate his concept with commentators Jim Laker and Robin Marlar. The concept of a limited overs match that would could be played in one day. Marlar’s aggressive, indignant interrogation of Packer came unstuck when Packer proved to be articulate, witty and confident that his vision was the way of the future.

The main goal of his trip was to meet the game’s authorities and reach some type of compromise. He made a canny move by securing Richie Benaud as a consultant. Benaud’s standing in the game and his journalistic background helped steer Packer through the politics of the game.

Packer demonstrated his political clout by getting New South Wales premier Neville Wran to overturn the ban on WSC and allow matches to be played at the traditional home of the game, the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). To boot, Wran had his government foot the bill to install lights good enough for Packer to use.

On 28 November 1978 when the first day-night match on a traditional cricket ground was played at the SCG between the WSC Australian and West Indian teams. A near-capacity crowd of 44,377 turned out to watch the limited overs contest.

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Nundle 1997

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Actual image print size 600mm x 420mm / Framed size 800mm x 640mm

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“While the rest of Nundle sleeps, stockmen from Wombramurra Station, ride down Jenkins Street.
Dawn, golden, autumn tones echo the gold mining heritage of the New England north west NSW town.
The discovery of gold by a stockman in Swamp Creek, Hanging Rock in 1851 heralded a gold rush that by the 1860’s saw Nundle prosper on the back of agriculture and gold mining, bustling with 409 Chinese, and 715 European residents, and 54 business establishments, 16 of which were inns.
Today Nundle’s population is just 300, but gold is found in the form of tourism, with the regional town promoting its heritage, natural landscape, food and wine, and events to attract more than 50,000 visitors annually.”

Words Megan Trousdale

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Rodeo

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Actual image print size 840mm x 620mm / Framed size 1040mm x 840mm

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Water Ski Sydney Harbour

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Actual image print size 840mm x 560mm / Framed size 1040mm x 780mm

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On the morning of 25th October 2014 an unseasonable thick fog descended on Sydney, closing the airport and disrupting ferry and other services. Fortunately it was a Saturday and as one does, gets out on the water, in this case water skiing under the Harbour Bridge.

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Stand on Head

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Actual image print size 600mm x 600mm / Framed size 800mm x 820mm

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Bribie Island Wharf 25.11.17
Intuition and split second timing is what it took to capture this teenage boy as he jumped from the roof frame of the wharf, and due to the perspective that i shot it from it looks like he’s standing on the other guys head.

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a day at the beach

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Bondi 9.4.16

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Welder Girl

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Actual image print size 840mm x 555mm / Framed size 1040mm x 775mm

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Welder Girl

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Horsen’ Around

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Thoroughbred holiday camp, Muskoka Farm

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Seagull Liam

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Summer in Sydney, Yarra Bay 9.2.19

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Evolution: Man to Boy

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My take on this image is that men become boys after they walk the wall and then jump off the end.

Yarra Bay 18.1.19

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Horns, Hooves & Harley’s Rodeo

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Walcha Showground 16.11.19

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Isolation

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Actual image print size 840mm x 560mm / Framed size 1040mm x 790mm

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Self isolation to combat the spread of Coronavirus

Paddington Sydney 11.06pm 24/3/20

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