Posted @withregram • @robertlangphotography I haven’t checked in for awhile so I hope you’re all still safe and well out there, we are certainly living in crazy times. Pretty thankful to be living in South Australia that’s for sure.
I probably should throw in an apology as I should post on here more often than I do but honestly life can just get busy, all it takes is a couple big assignments out of nowhere, throw in your kids after school sports practice and games which is literally 5 days of the week for me now, add your shopping and dinner on the table by 6 and there’s not much left over to keep on top of regular posts.
Having the time to post on socials feels like a luxury really. Honestly though, it’s definitely not for a lack of content it’s just I can’t even remember the last time I ever felt bored.
Anyway here’s a super cool sunset just a few days ago I experienced with my daughter Sophie.
She came with me on a quick trip up the coast to go shooting some B roll footage needed on some film work I’m getting stuck into, but that will be a story for another day anyway. I’ll fill you in later.
For those of you outside of SA right now, stay safe until we can get travel back to normal so you can hit the road again and enjoy more sunsets like this one here up at Elliston.
No rush though. It’ll still be waiting here for you when you do. 👌 🌅 Cheers n beers,
Posted @withregram • @southaustralia #StoriesoftheSouth S1 EP3 | Ocean Enigma. Watch the full story by clicking the link in our bio
Hayden Richards, recognisable as @sa_rips on Instagram, and Rich to everyone else, is one of the world's most enigmatic surf and #ocean photographers. He famously scales the towering cliffs of the #GreatAustralianBight where self-installed ropes and ladders aid his perilous launch into the Southern Ocean’s engine room of huge swells. It’s inaccessible and inhospitable, but his obsession is #nature’s raw and rugged beauty. Colloquially referred to as the White Highway, these waters are some of Australia’s sharkiest, but Rich’s dedication is driven by the images in his mind’s eye, and he’s enticed into this dangerously beautiful playground every day. He admits it’s equally "the most heavenly and scariest place on earth". Rich’s wonder for the natural world is inspirational. He has an admiration for organic detail most would unconsciously overlook, and his wandering soul has gifted him the patience and artistry to capture this #landscape unlike anyone before him. For every enviable day of @sa_rips’ lifestyle spent swimming, #surfing and exploring, he has unintentionally photographed his canvas of the Great Australian Bight into a series of digital masterpieces. 🌊 📷 #seesouthaustralia #southaustralia #australia...