This series was shot on a sunny afternoon not far from Anglesea, VIC. A wooden feature designed to keep the hillside from collapsing into the sea (presumably?) cast shadows onto the sand. The intense contrast between light and dark made these images more interesting than the subject alone might have rendered them. In particular, I like the first image and the very pure texture of the sand where overexposure has driven it almost white. The differing surfaces- smooth sand, rough wood- also adds a contrast that reinforces the black/white, natural/man-made themes of opposition.