- 12th May 2018
I have vague memories of the colours of Autumn when I lived in Canberra, but the experience of Queenstown, Arrowtown and Wanaka was new. It was a total saturation of my visual senses every time I looked outside. I wasn't the only one being overwhelmed. My companions constantly exclaimed at the view. The colours brought out different behaviour in people, and all over town there were people throwing leaves, kicking their shoes through leaf "puddles" and rolling around the ground in piles of fallen autumn leaves, taking photographs. I have started the new series of Queenstown Autumn, and have discovered a new love. Autumn.