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Heights of abstraction

‘It’s like unwrapping Christmas presents in that you never know what you’re going to get. Or if you’re going to get anything at all.’

How has the coronavirus pandemic affected your photography and business?

I have two sources of income as a professional landscape photographer. One is teaching the workshops I’ve been doing since 2005. They were suspended, of course, but I’m back doing them now [in June].

The second is my gallery at Mornington [on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula], which opened 18 months ago. When COVID-19 happened, it closed for six weeks, and reopening it with the ‘four square metres per person’ rule wasn’t a problem because it covers 60-odd square metres, with not many people in it at any

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