The Non-Superlatives

In and around Melbourne.

As a collective, we are obsessed with superlatives. The prettiest, the most expensive, the fastest, the best. Life then becomes the most predictable.

In this series I explore the mediocre. What is more reflective of the everyday, the realest, those ordinary sights you see. Small, overlooked, but often packed with more emotion than you think.

Kitchen, heart of the home.

Work undone, work in progress, re-work and re-re-work.

Solitude in the sea.

Nonchalance.

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