The tape, the boots and the beer. Like many, my thoughts haven’t drifted too far from the people within Christchurch today. I don’t find myself thinking of the city but the people and community groups within the city and trying to comprehend everything that has happened to them over the last 24 hours. If that’s where my mind is that, gods knows what some of the families and communities within Christchurch must be going through.
Much aroha to all.
Rugby was a bit of a distraction from my thoughts today. Maybe that’s a good thing, or maybe it’s not. I’m not too sure.
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. It’s how we see life; It’s how we see the world.
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.