This is my first post of a sweet 12 month collaboration with a nice chap called Mark who likes to take photos of the local native plants that he’s noticed on his walks around Blackheath. I invited him to explore our land and see what he might find. Already not even a week in and he’s found heaps. This flower is known as Red Five corners. We have started a new insta post about the project @roughtracknotes it’s called and this is the very beginning of something really nice.

This is my first post of a sweet 12 month collaboration with a nice  chap called Mark who likes to take photos of the local native plants that he’s noticed on his walks around Blackheath. I invited him to explore our land and see what he might find. Already not even a week in and he’s found heaps. This flower is known as Red Five corners. We have started a new insta post about the project @roughtracknotes it’s called and this is the very beginning of something really nice.

Did a quick exterior wall colour change this arvo on one of the cabins and it’s made a huge difference. Before it was painted a kind of 1980’s peachy tan artificial limb colour. Not a bad tone for a good strong cup of tea but really quite blah on a wall. So I created this spicy ginger colour referencing the ironstone that the cabin is built of and the local flowering banksias that are dotted all over the place at the moment. Lovely.

Did a quick exterior wall colour change this arvo on one of the cabins and it’s made a huge difference. Before it was painted a kind of 1980’s peachy tan artificial limb colour. Not a bad tone for a good strong cup of tea but really quite blah on a wall. So I created this spicy ginger colour referencing the ironstone that the cabin is built of and the local flowering banksias that are dotted all over the place at the moment. Lovely.