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Thom Sullivan


‘Diesel & Dust’ homestead [a landscape]

    Barrier Highway, north of Burra, South Australia

    33°38’20.8”S 138°54’27.7”E



f/8.0
32.5 mm
1/180
100
Flash (off, did not fire)
JFIFVersion – 1.01
X-Resolution – 72 dpi
Y-Resolution – 72 dpi
Make – PENTAX
Software – Adobe Photoshop 7.0
Date and Time (Modified) – 2011:07:03 12:06:26
YCbCr Positioning – Co-sited
ISO Speed – 100
Exif Version – 0221
Date and Time (Original) – 2011:06:25 15:34:21
Date and Time (Digitized) – 2011:06:25 15:34:21
Components Configuration – Y, Cb, Cr, –
Exposure Bias – 0 EV
Metering Mode – Multi-segment
Flashpix Version – 0100
Color Space – sRGB
Sensing Method – One-chip color area
File Source – Digital Camera
Scene Type – Directly photographed
Custom Rendered – Custom
Exposure Mode – Auto
White Balance – Auto
Focal Length (35mm format) – 49 mm
Scene Capture Type – Standard
Contrast – High
Saturation – Normal
Sharpness – Hard
Subject Distance Range – Distant
Viewing Cond Illuminant – 19.6445 20.3718 16.8089
Viewing Cond Surround – 3.92889 4.07439 3.36179
Viewing Conditions Illuminant Type – D50
Measurement Observer – CIE 1931
Measurement Backing – 0 0 0
Measurement Geometry – Unknown (0)
Measurement Flare – 0.999%
Measurement Illuminant – D 65
Camera ID – 72157603795924599
Camera Type – Digital SLR




Thom Sullivan grew up on a farm in Wistow/Bugle Ranges in the Adelaide Hills. His poems have appeared in The Best Australian Poems, Australian Love Poems, and as part of Australian Book Review’s ‘States of Poetry’ anthology. He was the winner of the 2017-18 Noel Rowe Poetry Award.
 
 
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1 Comments:

Blogger Carolyn Cordon said...

A very interesting journey Thom. Poetry has many ways to come into being, the mind connects with things, plays with strings, it screams then it sings ...

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