Brian is a photographer based in Western Australia and I’ve been following his work for Circlework Sports Media for a while now.
Circlework specialise in motor sport and action photography along with commercial and feature photo shoots. They have covered everything from local surfing to state motocross to V8 Supercars and the World Rally Championships.
Brian writes “I have been shooting automotive subjects since 1991. Currently I supply feature stories and photo shoots to national and international media outlets as well as commercial photography services to clients. My job is ideal as I get to travel and shoot some amazing vehicles, locations, and events. My favourite travel adventures involve road trips in my 1962 split window Kombi. There’s nothing like the open road in a classic car.”
Peter Gibney is a photographer based in New South Wales, Australia. His website surfingart.com.au features a large collection of surf-lifestyle, coastal & VW images which are available as prints and digital stock images for commercial, advertising, editorial, corporate and design professionals. Peter has been lucky enough to visit a Volkswagen graveyard that very few people have explored. Hidden way off the beaten track, the location of this wonderful place will remain a mystery!
Peter writes “I located this lost VW grave after a conversation with an Irish backpacker at the Byron Bay markets. It took months to locate and many phone calls to get permission to visit and photograph the site.
When I finally arrived , I was miles from the nearest town and there was absolutely no sign of human habitation except for the sheds and the VW’s The only sound was the wind roaring across the tree tops and the wild life. It felt as though I was in a scene from Mad Max.
I spent 3 hours exploring and took 100′s of photos. The photos below are only a sample of what was on offer. What an adventure, I hope the images give a sense of the VW’s final resting place.
I’ll be respecting the owners request for privacy and will not give out the location.”