Many Sydney people leave the city during the peak of summer for annual holidays. One tradition is to go down the south coast for a break from the traffic and crowds. (ironically the exodus results in a quiet city and crowded coastline!) Mollymook, 4 hours south of Sydney, is a perennial favourite. In this particular summer there was a lot of storms and heavy rains, with intense clear skies between. I was heading back from a surf and saw this great combination of Australian flag umbrella, stocky white legs, intense clouds and gum trees in the background.
F4 1/2000 second 64iso GRD3
These images are printed in an offset process which is the same used to produce high-end art books and magazines. The paper is an uncoated slightly matte stock, which is made of 70% recycled fibres, the inks used are vegetable based. The paper-weight is 190gsm. Each poster is hand embossed in the bottom right hand corner before rolling into a mailing tube ready for posting. The poster size is (591mm wide and 849mm high). This is a standard paper size so it is easy to buy ready made frames.