Part Of Every Day

Into The Great Expanse

I been thinking for a while about shooting in the water instead of only from the beach. So, yesterday I ventured down to Smails Beach, armed with some new toys, and headed into the water to shoot this short video. It’s certainly a different view than being on the beach.

And This Be Part Of Every Day

This old cottage is in a complete state of disrepair. In actual fact it’s beyond repair. It’s boarded up, walls have fallen in, floors have collapsed and the roof is long gone. That’s what makes it such an interesting place to explore.

And this be part of every day – Buy

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G R E Y & R A I N

Is But A Cloud Above

Usually the Esplanade on a Friday is a busy spot as the week comes to an end however today it was pretty quiet. I hope you enjoyed the fine weather this morning as the forecast was  right and it all turned overcast, grey and gloomy this afternoon. It’s a complete contrast from yesterday afternoon which was still, clear and warm.

Is but a cloud above – Buy

Plenty of space – Buy

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And In Glowing Days

A warm 21 degrees with a very light breeze that picked up in the afternoon meant the Dunedin coastline (St Clair/St Kilda) today was a stunning place to be. With the primary teachers on strike it was the perfect day for the kids to head to the Saltwater Pool or beach and enjoy the rather gentle swell.

The warm blue  – Buy

When the teachers strike  – Buy

A glowing day – Buy

From Earlier In The Week

Headfirst – Buy

Late afternoon/early evening – Buy

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A NeverEnding Story

Curiosity, Inquisitiveness and Thought.

The Esplanade

I view Caswell Images as a place of curiosity, inquisitiveness and thought. It’s a place that illustrates images from life around the Esplanade (and beyond) at St Clair in Dunedin. Rather than chasing the perfect shot, I depict life from around the Esplanade in all hours of the day, on a daily basis.

Caswell Images is based on the notion of silent observations. These silent observations happen in slow brain time, where looking is more important than doing. It’s a story, a moment, a time, a place, a feeling, a state of mind and a sense that time can stand still. This is a corner of the world, where stories are shared behind images while trying to seeking out and capture the still, silent and timeless places Dunedin’s coastline. In a way, all these images are observations and annotations, the things that are noticed or will try to explain by way of viewing, watching and looking. These notes aren’t taken with a pen, they’re taken with a camera as the world is quietly goes by for a while.

It’s how we see the world; to witness moments that make us laugh, cry, scream and smile; to be aware of what we see with our eyes and our heart; to feel and hear the wind change on a lonely beach and time drift beyond the oceans forgotten shore; to follow moments that vanish from sight yet are remembered forever; to enjoy the company of loved ones; to say hello and goodbye; to discover new sights in space and time; to eyewitness the changing of the seasons; to chase the dancing morning light; to observe and witness incredible stories and treasured moments; to realise the true nature of what we see; to see be amazed, inspired and to inspire others.
It’s how we see life;
It’s how we see the world.

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Test Post

Between the waiting and the arrival is now.

St Clair Esplanade

Another day on the esplanade, it’s 3:05pm and it’s all but empty. People sit in cars, sit in restaurants, sit in cafe’s or hurry between the two as the sun shines but the wind drops the temperature till the fingers are numb.

Between the waiting and the arrival is now – Buy

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