The Gap: Sydney

These photographs were taken by Max Darby in January, 2013



The photographs show various rock and sea formations along the coast at Sydney Harbour Heads, known as The Gap. Students could make similar photographic interpretations of well-known or less-known geographic locations with recognizable characteristics. Alternatively they could create artworks using such images as inspiration for their works.




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