I've been part of the Kage Collective since the beginning, and we've always wanted to find ways to work together on something, in spite of our being so far apart physically. Well, this is our first collaborative project - Under A Vagrant Sun, an e-book of our work on the past two solstices, released today on the most recent one. (I can't say summer or winter solstice, because it's different for me than it is for everyone else, generally!)

...solstices are astronomical markers, fixed and—on our puny human scale—eternal. When choosing an event around which we could wrap a day in the life project to shoot as a group, it seemed obvious to go there, to use these dates which have been milestones from time immemorial and have always represented change regardless of where on this planet we were born, regardless of culture.

It's a 95 page e-book in PDF form, and appropriately for the holiday season, it's completely free. So hop on over to the site, grab your copy, enjoy - and don't say I never got you anything!

Here are a couple of teaser images from my contributions, from December 2014 & June 2015:

Surry Hills, Australia, 21 Dec 2014.

Surry Hills, Australia, 21 Dec 2014.

Surry Hills, Australia, 21 Jun 2015.

Surry Hills, Australia, 21 Jun 2015.

And because I can never resist, here's a bonus one that didn't quite make the cut for the book.

Redfern, Australia, 21 Jun 2015.

Redfern, Australia, 21 Jun 2015.

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