View from base camp: firefighter captures scenes 'in between' the flames

South Australian artist and volunteer firefighter CJ Taylor was once not too long ago deployed on a venture together with his team to the mid-north coast of NSW, the place he was once interested in photograph the Rural Hearth Carrier camp within the the town of Glen Innes. Relatively than documenting the flames, he was once interested in what he describes as ‘the issues in between: base camp, the long journeys to the fireplace fields, the dry land and smoke haze that obscured the panorama for loads of kilometres’. One tactician made a telling prediction whilst he was once there: ‘It’s going to handiest pass out if it rains or hits the seaside.’ Taylor calls this reaction ‘Base Camp’

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