Silo Art can be found at these towns in North East Victoria.
Follow the active railway line to find the silos.
Client: Wodonga Police
Getting a friends, friends, friend to move an expensive plane out of a hangar for a photo was hard enough, but recovering from a broken toe was even harder.
I got a call from the Sydney Morning Herald picture editor wanting me to find a cute kid to be photographed with a cool plane, the owner was out of town.
I talked this guy into moving the plane for me out on the tarmac, with minutes to spare till the parents arrived with this kid, I helped naturally.
Well helping was not a smart move, I dropped a metal bar on my toe, breaking it.
I didn't know it was broken and hopped around getting the pictures and filing them from the ute before taking myself to emergency!
Get the shot.
I was invited to join volunteers of the Victorian State Emergency Service at Eildon (Victoria) in January this year.
A select group from around the state were chosen to participate in a specialist course taught by South Australian SES members.
The course focuses on the skills both in the water and on the bank. These volunteers will be the first Vic SES members to be trained in swiftwater rescue operations.
Currently in Victoria, Police are the agency in charge of swiftwater rescue.
Picture: MARK JESSER / Personal Project.
My first newspaper boss Paul once said.. I could sell sand to the arabs.. well.. I never tried but I talked an Uber driver in Melbourne into modelling for me in a studio.
Sometimes having lots of equipment and a huge smile helps!
You never know till you ask.
Picture: MARK JESSER / Personal Project