Local Press Café – Kingston Foreshore
3 September – Dec 2015
I’m a kayaker who has fallen in love with photography. What I love about paddling and photography is that it provides me with an incredibly calm head space. “It’s my meditation.”
You will find me paddling on Lake Burley Griffin most mornings and evenings, quietly snapping away at the unique seasonal and light changes that take place around me.
I began paddling on the lake as a way to rebuild both my body and mind after enduring an intensive three month bout of chemotherapy due to testicular cancer.
I grew up in Newcastle, NSW and surfed but I had never paddled a kayak. Paddling on Lake Burley Griffin reunited me with the water and allowed me to capture the sunrises and sunsets that I experienced during my youth. No two days are the same, and each day provides me with a natural light show that sometimes leaves me gasping in wonder. I hope that you enjoy the photos as much as I have enjoyed capturing them.
More images can be viewed on my website www.kayakcameraman.com and you can find me on facebook, twitter and Instagram.
Paul Jurak, Kayakcameraman.
Local Press Café is a well known wholefoods café specialising in wholesome healthy food that is locally sourced where possible. They also make their own cold press fruit and vegetable juices and seasonal coffee blend.
Gary and Jonathon Draper, the owners of Local Press Café, are keen supporters of local artists and exhibit local art in their café.
All of my digital photographs are printed on quality Kodak Endura photographic paper which has archival qualities.
Framing of photos by: Reframed ACT Picture Framing and Frames. 50 Kembla Street, Fyshwick.
All purchases and orders can be placed at the counter with the friendly Local Press staff.