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Rural inspiration

Photographer Maria Fletcher says her creative inspiration comes from looking out daily “at a rural landscape which has been shaped over the past 150 years by a small number of farming families. Alongside the cleared paddocks and tree lined boundaries, the land still retains a sense of its ancient human history”. Enjoy her portfolio here

Travels with Sheila

A convert to the world of digital photography, Sheila Smart is a Sydney-based freelance photographer, living with her husband and two cats in the northern beaches suburb of Avalon Beach. Her varied portfolio includes candids of Sydney folk, black and white images, including infrared, aboriginality of urban Sydney and urban wildlife. Enjoy her Tasmanian work here

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