Images from my visits to this year’s DARK MOFO Festival. I’ll add to these as I go. The first two are from the first evening of the event, the Entitle ones are from a mid week visit to town, and on the evening of 19 June I met up with friends in town and we had a wander.
The Night ship was also shot on 19 June, prior to the meet up, but I made a bad choice of location, there were far too many lights behind it. Try again today or tomorrow.
The Theme this year is paint the town red, and the Tasman Bridge and some buildings have embraced the theme and gone red.
Pulse/Spectra beam: A powerful light shining straight up from the city beats in time with the pulse of a person touching a special sensor.
“A dark ship sails nightly from Tinderbox to Mona via the city’s harbour. At regular intervals, a powerful pencil-slim searchlight radiates from the vessel to illuminate the adjacent shore. Anchors away; you’ll hear it coming.”
And the Waterfront
Amanda Parer’s ‘Entitle’
Bastiaan Maris’ Fire Organ installation:
“This massive structure of old steel tubing drones and hums at low frequencies beneath harmonically tuned flame-throwers blasting fire and heat into the night sky.” Dark Mofo handout info.
SO enter the date into your diaries, folk, DARK MOFO is really worth a visit, make your plans for next year NOW. Accommodation books out very fast.
You might like to consider our garden cabin, available at $45 per night, or a little less if you have your own bedding and linen. See the Cabin on Elanore website.
Went for a little drive yesterday and called at Cornelian Bay. As it was mid-afternoon I was not really expecting anything wonderful photographically, but the unique southern light surprised me again and a very quick set of 7 images (the clouds were moving along quite smartly) gave me this lovely pano.
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