Kate Hughes


Tasmania
May 17, 2013, 5:34 pm
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A few photos I took while in Tasmania. All taken with my fuji instax wide.

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The Blue Lake
July 8, 2012, 9:22 am
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Descent
May 16, 2012, 10:30 am
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Descending under the earth into the dark foundations of the mountains, a place of sublime beauty. These are some images I took with my nikon in the Orient Cave at Jenolan Caves.



brisbane
November 26, 2010, 6:10 am
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A short trip to Brisbane, a step into a tropical park. Flowers reek of rot and corpses attracting insects for pollination with a backdrop of urban geometry.



waterways
July 25, 2010, 9:17 pm
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Sorry for the lack of updates, I’m in Canberra completing an internship in the National Library of Australia’s preservation department. Working full time and organising an exhibition remotely has not left a lot of time to lavish on the internet, hopefully I will have more to add soon.



inhaling dust
February 12, 2010, 6:57 pm
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Waiting for the train at Murchison East station yesterday. Dark sky, light pouring trough dust thrown up by rumbling trucks, storm brewing behind me about to burst.

Ordered my new camera yesterday, waiting in anticipation for wide angle goodness.



köln
January 16, 2010, 5:49 am
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From every street the largest cathedral in Germany looms at you from above, a menacing form filling the skyline. Straddling the Rhine massive bridges branch across the watery expanse. Thousands of locks engraved with love notes hang from the rail bridge professing eternal love and devotion. I wonder if the keys are thrown into the water as a symbolic gesture, has anyone gone back with bolt cutters in the dark of night. My choice of destination was based on the density of art galleries and type of works collected. The most fascinating was Kolumba raised from the ruins of a cathedral with architecture reaching back to the roman occupation it contained a curios mix of medieval and contemporary art. Underneath the gallery was a chapel still in use, candles lit in prayer and women weeping for the gone, yet tourists still took photos with flash and all.