Fist Rock


By Blair Paterson

I’ve always been fascinated by the amazing shapes and textures of rocks sculpted by the elements. With the interweaving of light and shadows, some rocks appear to float ethereally in their landscape while others occupy space like heavy imposing lumps. Rocks become almost lifelike, particularly when energised by a stark Australian sun – they tell us a lot about a landmass so old, weathered and geologically diverse.

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About Blair Paterson

Blair grew up and lives in Sydney’s Inner West. He first realised a love of nature and the outdoors during weekends and holidays with his family on the Hawkesbury River. From humble childhood pastimes building billycarts and tree houses to spending large chunks of time in the bush, Blair now embarks on outdoor pursuits whenever and however possible – by foot, kayak, bicycle or other. He has worked in Environmental Management and currently Outdoor Education. Some of his fondest travels to date have been around Australia and through the Indian Himalayas.
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