This FOCUS FORCE Kids With A Camera didn’t have to go far to capture her idea of what the day is all about.
Chelsea didn’t go any further than the family backyard to find the image that she felt reflected her idea of an OZ DAY photograph. And, how true blue that was. The Hills hoist is part of our history, and in its time an all Australian manufactured icon. Here, flapping in the wind the flag with the Southern Cross is draped from the wire. When it was first created, the purpose was to hang out the washing to dry. And, in many backyards like this is still stands the test of time and does the job.
The photo has the all the components to be the concept for an ad campaign, and the use of imagination and thought has earned this its own place in history on the FOCUSFOR website. Chelsea has continued to show of her inspirational work with this idea.
Sadly, like many of our inventions it has been bought by overseas interests and no longer is Australian owned, but it still remains proudly an Australian icon.
SOON TO COME. Over the coming days and weeks there is hoped to be a number of projects and activities for the FOCUS FORCE Kids With Cameras that will excite and inspire the Kids With Cameras.
ROCKLEY FLOWER FOTO EXHIBITION & AWARDS are now in the final stages of preparation for 2014, and you’re encouraged to keep an eye on the site for updates.