Well, I stopped putting it off today and launched the photography website. It's madness to do this, but whatever.
There's still a lot to do, but at least I’ve sorted out the process. I’ll improve this as I go.
I like this image as it tells a story about living in a tourist town. The location is well known as its at an observation point on the Crown Range Road which connects Queenstown and Wanaka. Its foggy and you cant see anything but this sign pointing the way...to nothing. The corrugated flags are on a journey of their own - having been moved from their original rebellious placement to their new and 'approved' setting.
Its the fog that makes this image speak to me. Is it a veil for our eyes that keeps us from seeing the impact of tourism on our lives and environment? Is it the limitations that tourists face wherever they go - never really seeing or experiencing the place where they have landed, before they rush off to another place to not see and not experience? Or maybe its just fog...? What do you think?