Warrahwillah

Twists.

Tony Warrilow

Life twists, life turns.

Early 2018 sees me back in the ocean behind the camera. It must have been 6 months since I seriously did the Warrahwillah thing. Having said that, it was a cracking shoot with several images heading for the collection and gallery.

But 2018 sees me back up the beach at dawn, mostly solo. Late shoot at Bunker a week ago was pretty special too.

I must thank you guys who are still reading my stuff. Your patience and perseverance is so appreciated.

I've really got some great supporters.

The Brewshack coffee house in Margaret River. Wow, you guys are king. I'm sure I would have folded a couple of times by now if "the shack" hadn't kept my stuff on display. Just that little bit of momentum means everything.

Salli at Margaret River Gallery who always champions my work (and all of her artists) despite my complete lack of commitment to any predetermined schedule.

Ravens in Denmark, BlackSheep in Cowaramup both great coffee houses but also showing the Warrahwillah.

Most importantly though are you guys who just love the images and show so with social media touches and random comments in the street.

And whats more, there is a consistent trickle of punters that choose to buy Warrahwillah prints. I love that. It's not just the money, it's that you love what I love.

So much thanks to all. Thanks.

That's it.

Tony W